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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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E WEEK LEFT -SOME- -HORNETS'... NEST, EH BUDDY? RARE FLOWERIS (NEW LOW RATES I f JOHNS'DEFEATEDThe BILL I i CELEBRATION


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CHAR TAXESMURPHY i, Boy Scouts "ore" FOUNDIN ION ELECTRICITYNOW bill sponxored by Sennto:
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C N t brave but Buddy Charley K. Johns and Introduce i JULY FOURTH

-/ Davis doesn't deserve Into the Senate for the purpose of

ACT r any exceptional creating a Townsend Plan for old

,.I' r amount of BRADFORD"Salpingo IN EFFECT age assistance in Florida was de FOR FARMERSi

credit for posing tented by a vote of 28 to 8 In the ,
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s o nonchalantlywith \ Stylis Coeles- Tuesday night session. I i

pplications dust Be hornets'this huge i I tina" Discovered Ten Per Cent Discount The action throwing the plan ItusincsH Men Will{

3 Weeks PrwrTo nest. Botanist Still Allowed // "out the legislative window" came He Hosts At State
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fade \rt Needless to say, | liij / only after three hours and a half i

June 9 the hornets have i i i f-W-S; Citu Plant of rapid 1 and heated debate and I Farmer Market

I I AY' long since vaCat-. Blooming make spring parliamentary wrangling, and I --

L than ,a ne week Is left Inn r a ed so Buddy is and summer a rare part of the Electricity" used this month by brought to an end a record-break : A nmmmotli celebration at

Bradford county property perfectly safe. .1 year, but one rare flower In Bradford customers of the City Light and ing meeting of the Senate. l'i which the buBlnesH men of Starke
delinquent taxes on 'T a This huge neat, Water Plant will be billed June 1 Senator Johns', bill would have will play host to Uie farmers of

,1", with take advan showing the skill I County today Is causing under the new low prices as fixed provided that not more than J20C this productive section of Florida

property may 4 'an ed craftsmanship I widespread comment among state by the Board of Bond Trustees In mouth go to those more than I will be held at the recently-com

the lenient Murphy Act with which na and national botanists March. Even with the new prices, 65 yenta of age who ceased to pleted State Farmers' Market

Lttle. old tax bills for next to ture has endowed I Commonly known near Starke a ten per cent discount will still work, with tho stipulation they !i here on July 4.

ling. The Act expires June t some of her I I as "violets," the over-grown edition bo allowed\ on all bills if paid on spend the entire amount plus any j A group of publlc-eplrlted busl-

today and the smallest c rea -i I I of the delicate Viola genus, or before the seventh of the month other Income during the month 'ness men this week imnouncud the
from x
days advertised three } tures, was found''actually has a gflt-edge, 12.50; following service. The financing plan behind the J plan und enthusiasm Is already ati
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s must' be In the scientific name Snlplngo styllncoelestlna. The minimum rate is $1.00. measure was a 2 per cent transaction i a high pitch. It will be the first

1, before then making the Is- f near } woods'l I' The flower, first discovered which amounts to $1.35: the present tax, and in the Senate defeat !big Fourth of July celebration helilIn

\\t May 26 next week's paper, y, Springs in the late 18th century minimum, if the discount la there was the first definite ex- Starke In ten or fifteen years '!

iiast In whl' property enterr } + Newsom, young and then "loaf for 150 years deducted. The first 35: kilowatts preHsion by the body as to Its I Farmers will be offered free en-

under the Mur farmer o f that grows only In northeast Florida will be 11 cents- the second views on suggested revenue system ,I lerlnlument and free' "cats."
settlement
I| and { i S section 11 was Itradford and Clay counties, as 35 kilowatts 35: cents each of the sales tax type. i In addition to showing the appreciation
can be published 1 ate I' presentedto far as Doctor's Inlet, are its home. and the next 30 kilowatts 6 cents During debate upon the bill the I of local business men
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led of fax certificates that the local Boy I Recently Dr. W A. Murrlll distinguished each Those are the prices on 100 Senate was dramatically\ told that for the patronage and support of '

two years of age or older, Scout Troop t o botanist, of Gaines kilowatts or less. All kilowatts Hr. Frances E. Townsvnd. originator I our farmers, the event will mark

the act pasted by the 1937 -- add! to their col-l ville, visited Starke and vicinity over 100 used are 4 cents each, or of the $200-per-moth idea I the Mircesxful reopening of the
Lature Into effect June action of Wood to see the select: specimen often 3 cents, 6 mills after discounting; "was utterly opposed" to the Bradford' County market.

went craft It must have taken a good many hornets a long, long time to known as Bartram'a Ixla, in honor ten per cent. scheme. I
I i Nut Sternberg, general chair-
|937. fashion this neatly-constructed home i of its first discoverer. The Tho loss In revenue resulting '.' '' man of the celebration, has an'nnunced -

irk of the Court A. J. Thomas : plant, a cousin of the Iris family, from lowered prices Is expectedto the following commuters,
week that many prop is modest and wilts In the I AUDIT RECEIVEDON
this JACK HEARD very be more than replaced by increased appointed 1 to see the event to a
ownerS were coming In In 225 MARRIAGESIN sunlight. Dr. Murrlll's party, the use of current by consumers ''lIucc'allful conclusion,

last minute rush piling up DIES MAY 11 Gainesville Nature Club, saw the installing electric ranges, SHERIFF-JUDGE
Finance C. II
: Nimworthy,
and record researches He I I plant in the' early morning when water heaters and other electric ;

,,1 I, however that advertise- Jack Heard, 75: for nearly 30 14 MONTHS I its beauty was paramount appliances I| Cluilrmnn; Elmo Struth, L A'.
Cnnova, N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,
tI can be started and the reexaminations years a familiar landmark and I Only in recent years lute this Lowered prices rand Increased BY COUNTY nnd Edwin, Toroile.
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for the amount ; flower been found again and cata- consumption of electricity Is dependent
character and about
uck taxes etc. can be carried picturesque ;:FOR BRADFORDI logued. The herbarium at the upon the city plant's capacity Refreshments: T. Frank Land-
died noon of last chairman W U, Jr.
hile the legal notice is being Starke Thursday University of Florida In 1933 to produce more current i mm. ; Mundy .

fished the required three times. week at the home of a friend I I --- -- gathered; 300 specimens of the than fw'm 'rly. New machinery Offices Checked Make I I' Charles Darby, B Jacobs Joe Sis-

ie Legislature has, so far, Dewey Williams where he was I Licenses Sold In "violets" in getting plants suitablefor was installed several months ago Good Showing Over trunk A. O. Andrea, Roy Math-
I ewe!' C A. Knight rand M ll.lakln. .
d 1 even to discuss moderation staying at the time Ills death I filing. Miss Lillian Arnold, which increased the .capacity of lt-Moitth Period
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he drastic provisions of the resulted from old age. heart and I: December Than assistant botanist and keeper of production to about 400 kilowatts, |

hy Act as It applies to those kidney tt'ouble. 'J* In June I the herbarium, and Mycologlut or about 288.000 kilowatts per Detailed' audits have been received I Amusements: Elmo Struth

are eligible under its provit Funeral services were held Tues Erdman West of the University month. Readings kept by the by the county from the office chairman; J B, Alexander, K.: L.

yet full to take advantage day afternoon at 3 o'clock In the In tile fourteen-month period I Experiment Station, brought the plant show that In February 41- of W. M. Walnwrlght. State WIlllamH, Jtinlus Smith, L. D
II[ offer of settling flowers the herbarium and 230 kilowatts were produced and Vlnlnic, 1 Joi{:. O. Duncan A. A, Dur-
generous to Auditor In Tallahassee
DeWitt C, Jones,.f)1nerai Home beginning: January I, 1938, and prepared
>!axe Section 9 of the Mur I pressed them used, that in March 43,280 were den R. P, Cluck rand Bill Gra-
Chapel with R. J. domes officiating ending February 28 1939, the from the record of County Judge
Act states that: "After the Interment followed. In Cros IV Merrill, former assistant director produced and used, while last E. IPe..rymnn: and County ham
ration of two from, the County Judge's office in Bradford ) 44,380 kilowatts Publicity: Io:. L. Matthews' chairman
years by Lake Cemetery with W. B. I' of the New York botanicalGardena month (April Sheriff!' A. O. Andrea The auditof
of this act shall become a Mundy S. E. Sparks, A. J. County reports the sale of 225 explains the make-up of were made and consumed It the records of those offices was i ; II. K. Hutfleld J. C. Hoover.

(June 9. 1937)) the title to all .' Thomas and C. A, Knight aa pallbearers I marriage licenses. the new discovery,;. must not be asaumed, however, made by W. H. England, Assistant I'"' I''. Stump, \K. J, DavlH And W.
certificates in the hands of I much current Is Hold 1, as ". Smith.
that this
State Auditor In March and
'* Fuoefcd., arrangementswere I Contrary to popular belief, June Bartram's IxltM Tire violet-blue, covers
Clerk shall \Ao: .tlcaIlY"vest I only a relative small part I hI I Ai T. K .McClarm, I
ho rnngements:
under the 'fllrl'ctlo1of De- (here In Bradford;'at any rate) is I I the top Is flat with petals pointIng I period beginning January 1.
''Ie Slat of Florida, and every ; Witt C. Jones I not the most popular month for straight out and the flower bought by consumers, the rest beIng 1938. and ending, February 28, ; Jr chull'manV; II, }tort, A. J.

t, title. ,01 Interest of every I December the used for free street lights, 1939; fourteen months InIII, i Thomas, and 1) P. Carpenter

His relatives so weddings. opposite arises from a small bulb. There
It or kind whatsoever of :.I only surviving I side of the took signal I leaveson plant and municipal and I church I Both the sheriff and I Judge made JOM. I:, Wilson is secretary and
far as are known, are two sisters year are a few long, very narrow
Ir owner 1 of said property or building lighting, pumping; waterand treasurer of the eventAll ,
Issued very good showing In the audit
26 licenses
Mrs. E, H. Wright of" Atlanta, I! honors with the stem The "violets" bloom I
"ne claiming by through orr other duties, where the current Mr. Kngland mild of the judge's ,
Bradford farmers.their
County ,
November
Georgia and Mrs. Pauline Koen- I gainst June's II. wan i in the spring like ordinary flow- I I I
him 01 anyone holding Hen ing of El Paso. Texas. Neither the slowest month with only 9 i ers and thrive In low ground with Is not charged for office: "An a whole the records< I wives, ami children are urg-
eon shall cease terminate and I licenses ttold. A table follows: i slash pine. I The average cottt of productionper are, now very well kept. Proper; 1..1 to begin milking plans now to
funeral. I
attended the
at an end Further, no court' Month No.Illllued kilowatt Is approximately two remittances had! been made to the attend (he big party that will be
His State Jack Heard came to Starke I Since the rediscovery of the long/ cents each for those sold. For
either Federal ore January 1938 14 Bureau of Vital Statistics for given In their honor on the Fourth
shall have jurisdiction to about 30 years ago with relatives ;( February 12 i lost flower many national and I the manufacture of the electricity marriage licensed sold. Income of ejf July. Everything will be free,

rtaln any suit brought by the Gordon and Jessie Newmans, March 17 regional botanical publications and pumping; water about 6,000 the office did not reach .the amount and they are promised more good I

,tr owner of said land or any- where they farmed on the place : 23 I have published articles about this gallons of fuel oil per month Is where any excess Incomo Is due tun than (they have ever!' had be 'f,

clulming/ by through or un-- .:ow owned by F. F. Flume. After April 19 Bradford County specimen. Dr. I required Over 2.000.000 gallonsof I the county." fore.
the Newmans I May Murrlll declares nnitheast FloridaIs water lined In Starke each __ ._ _
him for the purpose of quea- about :5 years here June 14 i are I The audit of the herlffs office f
of the world In
Is region
rag or tn any way litigating moved to Plant City and Jack July 14 only month. I was second In I the report "The re MARKET HAS
Seating the title of the State with them, but he returned to 21Septl'mbel' I which the flower grows However the amount of electricity cords as a whole are now wI.'llk'pt.

lorida! 01 t Its grantee to said Starke: Severn years later (about August 10 Recently a patch was observed made In our local plant Income of this office did not FIRST CORNThe I

15: years ago) and has lived here 15 I along the highway two miles south Iwnrfs to Insignificance when reach the amount where excess Income

tone uncertain as to whether ince that time dependent for his November October 9 ot Luwtey. It Is yet to be proved compared with the 105.168000: la due the county," first big lot of sweet corn t

ot the Act effects living upon the many small odd 28January that the Ixlae will grow anywhere KWH of electrical energy utilized The audit stated that In some made Its appearance at the State

their prepared jobs that were given him regular December 17 I except in their natural location. within the State of Florida In I caseM, through misunderstanding, Farmers' Maiket here Wednesday
only contact 1939
the
k by Wed County ly. 14 -- + March 66,751.000: of which wereproluced jlho books of the two offices do not and by the time this article Is in
eaday, May 24, at February in Florida. and 8,417,000of print It Is expected (that the
coincide but the method
I wherebylone
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>el'Y latest Jack man was an
as
for advice and inf.tlons a young BAD CHECKS
which Imported from other office check with I lengthy platform will be piledhigh "
: concerning the Mur- excellent telegraph operator, work- I TOTAL 225: were can th'JI ,
Law Take Ing for for the Western BEING PASSEDA states according to the reportof other was explained.STRAWBERRY. I und lltcrully groaning un.ler.Its
advantage of the many years "
two months, 22
Hut Union and railroads in As for the past the Federal Power CommlHSlon. I .__ / heavy burden of "roastln" care ;i'
remember DO IT
and 21
,,0;. Georgia. Until his death he could licenses were sold In March two-time offender in the art .---- I Although corn threatened to :

.. of the local telegraph i were sold in April. So far this of passing worthless checks off : REA BUILDINGIS usurp the throne, at any minute :":
stop by
-- any total I
month 9 have been iHsued. a ,tat
i on Starke merchants recently instill SALES FALLING beans still reigned ,
,835 offices and read every word com I green supreme
DISBURSED of 83 for this BEGUN '
year.
the wires ,I unapprehemled. the market during the week ,;
ing over I
W IhU. lurrlue: BiiNlneSM Dwindling to less than a third handled r
BRADFORD ) I A well built negro man about i I with 3.608 hampers being :
and for the 6th
He was a bachelor Construction began May of the week's volume, on
previous
I Your reporter! being single (I. e, i 30 years of age entered the store 'at an average price of !SOC Thin ,I
tr radioed past 15 years lived first with one on the power house and generating 3,885 crates of strawberries E
County's public assist- I learn of M. M. Rabin on Walnut Street IIY' I was little more than halt the '
'. I friendly family and then another, a bachelor) decided to Just plant for the Clay Electric i f harvested here during thepant
Payroll climbed to and mad small ', previous week's< volume, however. I
$4,835 00 Saturday, purchases
and about getting married Association, Inc at I
\ never owning any property how one goes Cooperative seven days as the unusually
from to figures made giving In payment a check I Ir Twenty thousand doses ears of j
steady job. standpoint I Heights. the agency drew to belated
lie never having a -from a there curiosity Keystone long season a
the state office of thee I drawn on the Atlantic/ National to Rural corn were bought Wednesday at :{
+--- r which la to supply power close.
; welfare Board In Jackson- : understand We asked Bank of Jacksonville In the lines in Bradford Iftc per dozen. Other' truck t
HEAR I Electrification Shipments to northern markets
ROTARIANS Judge Perryman In his estimation amount of $10.50. The check was i counties. bundled during the week Is listed JI
f and other surrounding hove ceased entirely with the few
he numbe, of Bradford reclpl- JUDGE SEBRINGCircuit : and( ours tool I the most Important payable to L. J. Mclntosh, whom f Estimated' coat of the construction berries (hat could be "ecrnpped"Ibeing I as follows: 008 hampers of squash 1
in the claimed to be. The at 45c 1.G94 hampers of cucumbers ,
the ;
three categories Old thing about getting married negro I Is I65.000.: The building and I sent to cold pack plants and l
A. ''stanc*. Aid to the Blind Judge H. L. Scoring of and sometimes the hardest check was signed by L. B. Thomas. 1 generating equipment are to be of I' the Jacksonville market A flood at 60c; 70 crates of tomatoes tl I

Aid to Dependent Children, Gainesville brought a thought- who will The negro showed social security latent design and the generating I i of fruit truia. field along the at | 1,75. ":

I the aggregate/ amount receiv- I I I provoking message on the : thing, is finding someone card, and a letter In which the capacity Is rated to cure for the I Kastern: Seaboard has long slncu 'I Total! volume for the week wait ;

,m, each was reported as fol ous phases of organized Varl-j marry ya+t. But this, of course check had apparently been received Immediate and future needs of the I I taken over New York, Philadelphia 7,810 package for which growers

i Old Ae Assistance, 308 members of the Rotary depends upon the person. After' and according to Mr. Rabin, members to be served. and other large berry-consuming received: around $...7 3.00, Since I

picots !received; M.32500: ; Aid their Wednesday meeting. I finding someone who will take the pulled a very smoothe job of I The co-operative will serve I,I centers I'I reopening tour weeks ago the market -

she 11 Blind 11 recipient, receiv- program was In charge of C. A. 1 with both visit the I bogus check passing, thousands of rural residents In I! Since Wednesday of lant I haM handled 21.205 packages }
you
300.: AW to Dependent Knight, I II chance of I: A simlllar check for 18.50 was nine counties In this area. Construction ; 3,885 crates were shipped week'i of produce bringing farmers an e

dn'a- 12 cases received $347.- "The prevalence of crime today, judge and for the small sum 1 received by Stump's Store several Is being rushed tor early (,, average price of J1.25. meaning, estimated return of $18,75300. '

,I is due largejy to the tolerant attitude only $3 get the Declaration of Dependence I weeks ago. and authorities are completion with S. S. Jacobs of I pan' approximate return to growers Manager J, L, Gentry announced .

'r the enth.... state April checks i of the American public." or. in other words, a I i: now keeping a vigilant lookout Jacksonville as building contras of 4856.25 tor the w"ek. Prices I I yesterday that a anow-!ce \

IlIg 19 2,670 were mailed to Judge Sebilng stated. "The only |! marriage license. To get this you 1; for the negro tor. dropped all low us 75c a crate 'machlno for cooling coin for ship
curbed to be of legal age or have I "Wednesday i ment has Just been Initialled at the I II
recipients of Old Age As- I way in which it can ever be have I however I
e, checks totalling 57'162: I is by the concerted force of parents consent fill In your name ,{: I Ii During the five-month shipping I platform. I I !

mailed to 2'250: "ipients of i an aroused public opinion" he address, age and other miscellaneous i I II period, ftrudfonl growers haveharvested I .--- .-. '
10 and of course, LAST CHANCElTo I
Dependent Children and stated, adding that crime costs information :5,562,076 pints of fruit, i Hunting Licenses '

4 tota1\ing\ 134.700 were m.||- every man, woman, and child in you have to have the J3. I for which they have received a-I I For the hurting, fishing and I
to
I 4 2377 "eeelPlent of Aid to the United States an average of Now we're ready for the ceremony Redeem Your Taxes Under I'round 3-0.11625.: In nplta of trapping season of 1938-39, 382 {

in the Aid to Dependent I |10 per month. Thin Is paid In which may be performed longer xeason and a larger acre- llcensen were sold to sportsmen in

"M Jr a:laSilflcatlon, checks are the form of increased taxes and legally In Florida by "All regular: TheMURPHY I agl'. gross return atilt lag behind Bradford County by the office of
a he (ml ministers of the Gospel lust year when receipts totalled made
I family' basis The high insurance premiums and ordained the county judge figures
Aaem r7 of children benef"- ': -- In connection with some ACT I II considerably more than $37 ,.OOO.00. .- public by the recent audit showed. A An

ExhibitedA church, by Notary Publics, and by ] the series' A (state) fishing
lortda Trucks Officers"--and this TIIfrEi'mIAI'1I= : -- --.--..----
license 43 sold and 3 In
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now and demonstration all Judicial( I IJ\'Y26\ ISSUE OF : were
l Paying benefits showing TIIK: I
tlllleed be the Judge himself Hotel Paints Up series K non-resident) Hold.
I were
Its Y u 8 ed. Its needy blind of the "Ford truck caravan" was latter can WILL HE THE LAST ONE IN WHICH A
dependent Motor Com- The charge for this service IaI| MAY HE The Starke Hotel last week-eod Hunters bought 213 county: huntIng -
children Andrews ADVERTISEMENT
of 37,254,384.00 at the held by the of business from nothing to as much as you I :MURPHY repainted In white the porch and licenses (series 1)), only 1 :

3okted UI annually, pany at their place The new cab feet It Is worth and this variesas I STARTED front of the building. Other re- I series J (county license for non-

1. dl'buraed! Half of the Monday morning. stake body, the cane may be So the ceremony I pries and painting are planned to county residents) and 106 state

"111 vernment Come from the over engine tractor, car were I, Is performed and' now | Apply To Clerk At Once be completed during the slow licensee" (series K'). Thirteentraplog
.. of Under the and the commercial panel and now your
sold.
licenses
the national. and dem you're married i I summer months were
examination
social' ecuri-- on view for '
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PAGE! TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARRE. FLORIDA .'JUI' I

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GUM' BRANCH i ed by certificate No. 87 of 1934 and I County of Bradford State of FlorIda a".ed .
Law Passed HAMPTON .1
I Against Salary Buyers ; I represent unpaid taxes for the to-wit: In the ci ,
Annie Mae Hurnage. Cor AIlMS Ad* Nlnuno, Correspondent years 1933 to 1<<39! both inclusive, SW'/. of SE'!.i of SWU Sec. 25 Tp. City e,, \ ,
Murphy Asks Repeal of Small Loan Act amounting to $17037. 58. It. 22 K 10 Acres, more or less Florl"a. I

ALSO: HEV, of NEVi & All SWtt The assessment of the said property by: W \1
risk in the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kerseyof I Mrs. J. P. Sullivan attended the of NUU 8 of Public Road N >>, of8BW under the said certificate Issued Attest:' I I"b"
Tallahassee.-The House voted taking a great makingof Jacksonville spent the week- Sec. 27 Tp 5 S K. 21 C. 140 was In the name of Unknown Carl Jol1t.,. a
home and Mother's -
coming Dayat Unless said certificate shall be
almost unanimously. May 12, to J such loans and Acres.
end with his Aunt. Mrs. II. H. evidenced redeemed according to law the
Theressa Sunday. The taxes to be sold are -
the under the "Whereas the Securities and 121
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put salary buyers -
and described therein will
be
1932 property
Keene. by certificate :No. 87 of -
Florida small loan law. and then Exchange Commission reporte filed Mrs. I. J. Priest is visiting represent unpaid taxes for the sold to the highest bidder at the TOV1U '0"1'" I.

sent it to the Senate for action. at Washington D. C., show Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and friends and relatives in Melrose amounting year. 1931 to to $123.23.1919.. : both inclusive court In house the door month on the of June first, Monday 1939, YOU ':11\\11.I"" ,,, E!
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The bill requires salary buyersto that the small loan companies daughters Helen and Dorothy this week. ALSOHW: '. of NEWt of SJo '4 & which I. the 6th day of June 1939. .Ion z-OTIC'I' 'rh.t-. ." \{

qualify under the small loan such as above pictured and operat- spent Monday wIth relatives in Revival services will begin at W4 of 8KW\ of BE',. Sec. 21 Tp. 6 Dated this 19th day of April. 1939. State of ot Fin:th., ,I", ,, ",' '..ul
S. K. 22 K. 30 Acres. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Ii'' .
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act, which allows three and a half ing in the various States of the Pine Level. the First Baptist Church here The taxes to be Mold are evidenced Clerk of Circuit Court of BradforfCounty. Tailahassee. 10"I! I '..

per cent a month on loans of $300or United States are not such iratltutlons ; Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children of Sunday June 4, with the morning by certificate No. 862 of 1932.: Florida. 4-21 6t 619OF Introduced the law and PI,, ,'..t., ,'I. I I' ,,' ',I.lot.

but in truth this section attended church in services. and represent unpaid taxes for the "fl>t on MOM, p,,, ""Uhl,
alii pictured
less. year. 1931 to 19:19.: both Inclusive, \\ .
O"'IC.: APPMCVTIOV! Foil Fridays 'I"'d
Jacksonville of th.,, ,
:
Representative Merchant of and In fact are collecting millions Sunday.Mrs. The four houses that were des- amounting to 193.48. TAX DKKUenatv ginning with ." I 'IC, tl
tj" .
Polk a young attorney who sponsored upon millions of dollars In interest Mancle demons and Miss troyed by the fire here January of ALSO SWVi: Com.of SWV4 420 &ft Run N of N SB 60 Cor ft. (!! IS Dill HEREBY No. 1A3NOTICK OIVEN) cf ember February and "ndl'lt' : "" .Iay liii Q

the bill, said no present law annually from the poor, and, Melba Jean demons of Heilbronn 27, 1937, have all been replaced, W 115 ft. S 50 ft, R 116> ft. to Beg. That Lyman U. I'eet holder of Tax all Counties "l t( I?'i' .II 'W'h' ,I

were visiting friends and relatives Sec 21 'Fl). 6 S. R. 22 El., Certificate No. 1614 Issued the 7th having '. < .'. ,r
regulates salary buying. Committee "Whereas by said reports It is and more will be built in the near The taxes to be Hold are evidenced pop-,, ,. r
in this day of August A. D. 1933 has filed than ,825 n
amendments recommending a shown that even the salaries paidto section Thursday aft- future. Many of the present by certificate No. 983 of 1933 the, same In my office and ha. mad. according and to ,",i,,. .. .hi

flat 10 per cent rate for small individual officers of these licensed ernoon. houses are occupied by two families and yearn represent 1932 to unpaid 1939! both taxes Inclusive for application for a tax deed to be Issued I the year 1935 "'eu"

loan companies and salary buyers loan sharks amounts to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman and in some cases by three, amounting to SBe.I1.ALSO Said thereon.certificate embraces the following BOAJtD OF Cr",. ", I., 'MMI!:
spent Saturday with her : 1 A In SB Cor of a 12 A., PSmSJf.Bl" I"I'" ,
were vigorously supported by Representatives more than one hundred thousand mother due to the shortage of adequate owned described property In the ':0
Tract of Land formerly by
and father Mr. and Mrs. County of Bradford, State of FlorIda -I! r, L ,
Scofield of Citrus, an dollars per year-and we must R. M. T. C. Chastain has recently repaired P. C. Goodwlne In' NH of NE'4 of to-wit: V D II., ""bl''

attorney, and Wotttzky of Charlotte keep In mind that heavy salaries Johnson, near Hampton. and painted hi* home on HW'4. Hounded N by Ada B.Mack. Lot 8 A In SW Cor of SWfc. of 8E14 Mall..i,, .,i 'I.,10''. I
H." 21 Tp. 6 S. R. 22
Misses Leila and Sec. 14 Tp. 8 S. R. 22 E., 8 Acres 11>
Geraldine li M
Har-
interest collected I I \\ '
a newspaper publisher but come out of the housing. The taxes to be Mold are evidenced more or 1...... TUi. '1' ,
) l ,.
they were defeated.The from the poor, and nage were visiting their sister and Main Street, and has added a of by certificate Nos. 364 and and 995 The assessment of the said prop- m. I-ZI
1932 and 1931 respectively,
small loan act to "Whereas, 42 cent Interestper brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. for the erty under the said certificate Issued !OTICR OF
applies per large, screened, sleeping porch. represent unpaid taxes was In the name of J.. II.Lawrence. FOB iv'I'ETiov( 'I'll
counties of more than 40,000 pop- year was allowed in this State Mancle Clemens, and Miss Melba The many friends in Bradford years 1931 to 1939.. both inclusive, FOIl 'iii"PKC" 1 1 1. Uf IMI
08.
$61
Small loan because It was advanced that loan Clemons Sunday afternoon. amounting to Unless said certificate shall be FLOR I i.t: UI'III' lIT
ulation.
companies The Bulb and Flower Companyof ALSO: EVi of NWtt of SEV\ Sec. redeemed according to law, the
Friends and relatives of Mrs. E. 22 5 S. R 22 E., 10 Acre NOTICE 1,. I I. ,
'rp.
cannot organize in counties of less losses would be heavy and aecurt.ties Leesburg Is operating a flower property described therein will be whom It Ill l'M
evidenced may .
The tax. to he sold are -
than 40.000 population. would be unacceptable to financial E. Green are glad to know that old to the highest bidder at the deralgned will, ''N
i farm east of town. They are doIng by certificate No 291 and 673 court house door on the first Monday i "',
she is '
Christie of Duval Institutions but on the improving.Mrs. of 1930 and 1933 respectively and request the pu '. ,
Representative a healthy business and under In the month of June. 1939 Ulatlon for u
for the th, .
said operations of salary buyersare other hand It Is and has been E. E. Yarbrough and son, the capable management of Rob- years represent 1929 unpaid to 1939 taxes both Inclusive, which Is this the 19th 6th day of of June, 1939.Dated Florida, at thi ,..
day April, 1939.
not restricted In small coun- found that their collections have Charney, of Woodlawn were visit amounting to $46.06. the U39 Flm''I.| i 'lalll
ert Mathews trucks and workersare ( ) Thomas Act .
I ing Mrs. H. H. ALSO: "SW'i of SWVt of NWVi\ ?:rrI ALbourtot. providing II| .' ,
: Keene
ties, and will not be restricted In been better than that of any other Thursday kept busy every day. The Set 25 Tp. 6 S. It. 22 K, 20 Acres. of Bradford! of the City of "H.. "orld cit' )
Florida 4-21
County. 6t 6-19
such counties by the bill passed institution on the face of the afternoon, and Mrs. Yarbrough's flowers are shipped to parts : The taxes to be sold are evidenced also be the "It'I.' '
mother Mrs. many by certificates No,. 268 and 777 City Treasure, ,, 5'
W. R. Kersey returned :\-OTICK OF I\-II3\TIOV: : TO APPLY II' I\\
earth .
because It applies only to and Assessor ,
today I of the United States. of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and FOIL HPKCI4I, I.RfJISLATIO! : fixing ;,

counties of more than 40,000 pop- "Whereas said loan law was Intended home with them. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McEver, of represent unpaid taxes for the FOIl TIlE CITY OF 8TAHKK, of nlng I said with Clerk Hit a'' .ra 1
Dave demons and year. 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive I ,
ulation. to be applicable only in the son, Mancle Graham, were guests of Mr. and amounting to $49.66. FLOIIIUA. election held an' r"'r
NOTICE: 'la hereby given to all PI>
Murphy Introduce Hill more populous! counties tow It. and Edd Parish made a business Mrs. K. B. Watterson Sunday. ALSO: Lot :37 Town of Lawtey E whom It may concern that the undersigned this lion Art of :said and, t\\\ I 01,
trip to Jacksonville of Ry., Sec 23, 24, 25. 26 Tp. 5 S. offi-
A bill calling for repeal of the counties having a population of I Sunday aft Mr. and Mrs. Dale Drew and R. 22 E., the will have of prepared and ic.quest City Council m r It.
passage Special Legislation
-
ernoon.
loan and 40,000 or more-but In truth and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ira The taxes to be Mold are evidenced for the of Florida.
192: small act. expressing -. City Starke, Florida byV.. 1\[. Edw,, .
by certificate No. 246 of 1932 "
in fact it has been found that Bron of Gainesville dinner at the regular session of the Attest: Carl Joh .':Ii
as Its purpose the ousting; of BO ATDRAINMrs. were and represent unpaid taxes for the 1939 Florida Legislature, an Act, '"

42 per cent ("licensed loan these companies operating In the guests of Mrs. Eva Blrt last Sun. years 1931 to 1919 both Inclusive approving confirming and validatIng _ _ 4':1
State of Florida are doing business Z. Z. Griffin, Cor. amounting to $17.28. all compromises,
sharks") from Florida was Intro- day.Mr. ALSO: Lot. t. 2, 8, 4, 6, 6, 8, 9, and abatements 50'l'i'E OF 1'\1'1-\1'10": TO
7' special assessment leln
duced Thursday by Senator Henry with people in all of the counties and Mrs. M. C. Sweeney had 10. 11, 12, 13, 14 & W 25 ft Lots for local improvements FOR "p..a'i t I. l.Fcie: I
Mrs. Ruth Ella Bowers and 18. 19. :20. 21. 22 In C. .1. Weeks Suh- FOR Tin C i'i'v III' 81
G. Murphy Zolfo Springs.The in the State of Florida, regard- Ellie: and son as guests this week Mr. and Mrs. J>lv. of 8W'4'\ .f 5917i x. I25 ft., rebates refunds, discounts, waiver. 'I.Oltlll t.vo .

lesa of the population of the Juanita Priest were James A. Gnann of Gainesville. of Lot 1 Her. 19 Tp. 7 S. n. 22 E.The and and adjustments of taxes on real : -it-K OK ivrivri.: TO'
bill Is slmlliar natureto personal property
In assessments
visiting: Mrs. John FOU KPKtltl.
Prevatt Sun- tax1* tn h. sold are evidenced IKsi| ,
county. Including Interest, costs and penalties '
a bill now on the House calendar day morning.Mr. by certificate No. 1453 of 1931 thereon levied and assessed FOU Till (1'1" III' MT
The bill goes on to declare that unit for the upon FLORID \.
unpaid taxes
The House Rules Committeeon and Mrs. Lee Griffin were Heilbronn Springs years repress 19.12 'to 1H11: both Inclusive property In the City of Starke, NOTICE: I It. h, riven
the 1925 small loan law is "most Florida, heretofore made .
Saturday, by vote of 8 to 4, refused visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arch Pre- Mflbu Jean demons. Cor. amounting to $29 20. and allowed by the effected City Council whom It may conerslgned 'lattiJ, .
will .
hu
and \
pernicious Iniquitous" and ALSO' : COIn. 70 Yds. W of SB Cor ""red,
to put the House bill on the vatt Sunday. of of the City of Starke Florida andl quest the naxHagt < !
Bee. 19 & thin W 80 VIa N 70 |i.-dal
"has protected the the uf
poor only by or by officer the
special calendar despite the fact Willie Green has returned home Misses Leila and Geraldine Yds| K 80 Yds, H 70 Yds to III the collection of said taxes said City latlon for the < it\ 'lark,
assseMMinents Ida, nt the ,
them and
keeping poor it has Sec. 19 regula .Ion
Tp. 7 S K. 22 E., 1 nelr"j
that the House in the week Harnage of Gum Branch and special
early proved to be a gold mine plpein- after spending a week with his I were The taxes to be sold are .. loins And assessment 1939 Florida beglfix ''an
,
passed a bill to regulate the mak- sister, Mrs. W. A. Brown of Or. visiting Miss Melba demons Sun ed lv certificate No. 473 of 1934 and ; the authorizing said and empowering the term of h'
City Council
from of Police of
ing millions and millions of dollars represent taxes for the said "' '.
ing of small loans. I In interest annually, drainedout lando. day afternoon.Mr. years 1933 unpaid to 1939: both Inclusive, I or time ordinance to time by to resolution, motion beginning with I'' >,
compromise abate ,
City election held
The Murphy bill, in its preamble of the State of Florida into Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and and Mrs. Ed Clemons and amounting ALSO N14 to of$96 SE 94'/ of NWU & rebate refund discount, compound. of this Act. b. I

sets forth that: the head offices In other States." son, Harold and Doyle, of Jack- daughter Hazel, were visiting the S\Vi4 of NB4 See. 21 Tp. 7 S.: II. taxes waive on adjust real and and settle personal any and all City Council. ot I i t> of ;
property, Florida.by
Hard Shell Church In Jacksonville 22 K. 60 Acres
"The (1925 small loan law sonville were guests of Mr. and assessments and special asMessmenta .
) sets Further, the bill stated, "this The taxes to be sold are evidenced -W, M. Edwu' ''h

forth that there Is and has long loan law permits of the taking of Mrs. Arch Prevail Sunday.. Sunday morning. by certificate No. 486 of 1934. lelns for any local and Improvements all Interest, ,costs Including Call Attest:

been conducted In this State an notea and mortgages and such Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis, Mr. Harold Clemons and daughter and represent 1933 to unpaid 1939 both taxes Inclusive for the and penalties thereon levied and lor Johns City 4 21
years ,
extensive business of making small other collateral In addition to an and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis, Mr. and Hazel, gave a party Friday night. amounting to $84.97.

Mrs. W. Those attending were: Johnny ALSO 12 Acres In SE 'or of
loans to in need of funds E. Green, of this section, NF.4
persons assignment of a future
salary as Stewart Kenneth of NWVi Sec. 21 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E.,
who are of little financial responsibilities security to said loan with the attended the homecoming at Hope Floyd Stewart 12 Acre BOREE FUNERAL HOMES

Church near Theressa Starling and Malcolm Clemons The taxes to be Mold are evidenced -
Sunday.
and who are unable to right of collection of same by law Mr. and Misses Melba Clemons Jewell by certificate No. 1469 of 1933 Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

furnish endorsements and who are from the present or any future, and MI's. Lonnie Tyre of and represent unpaid taxes for the AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY
Flora Home Davis, Hazel Clemons Leona years 1932 to 1919. both Inclusive
unable to furnish securities acceptable employer, from the time of the assignment were visitingher parents amounting to $39.37. AND NIGHT
Crawford Annie Mae Crawford
to banks and who are unable until the payment thereof Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt ALSO: Lots I. 2. 3, 4, 5, 6. 7 of 0S PHONE S3O.

to furnish securities with Interest Saturday. Annie Crawford and Abbalene Blk 4 Temples Add, to Starke, In n. BENNETI', M rr.
accept each at the rate
Clemons. NEVi. of NWVI & Part of W of
able to financial institutions and of $42 on every $100 lent or until ,: NBVt W of By. & NE Cor of SEVi "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"SPECIAL

therefore could borrow from death BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. Guy Norman of of NW% Sec 28 Tp. 6 S. It. 22 K.
only doth relieve him.
Miami are spending two weeks I The taxes to bo sold are evidenced
what might be termed charitable The bill wa :"sent to. the Bank- Mrs. L. L. Parker, Correspondent by certificate. NOB. 226 and 1184 .

of 1926 and 1933 respectively, and
institutions which here.Miss
would be ing Committee.
Special ServiceA I Lucile Green had her represent unpaid taxes for the ,
years 1926 to 1939, both
Mother's Da program was shoulder broken in an accidentalfall amounting to $ 3.10. InClu.lve,1

I "MOTHERS" SHOULD GET ATTENTION heard Sunday morning in the Baptist recently. She was much Improved with Said all tax vuliHeqitent certificates omitted together or I

Church here. A special Tuesday. Levied taxes will be sold to the

NOT ONLY ON THEIR "DAY"By Mother's Day sermon was preached .- highest bidder at the Courthousedoor I. YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 3

In Starke. on the 19th., day of
FLORIDA STATE BOARDOF by .the Rev. G. E. McGauiey. CARl OF THANKS 'I !May A. [). 1S139 at 11:00: o'clock
of Vital
Statistics.) GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFO
"Mother I Am Coming Home" We wish to thank our friendsfor M.Dated A'I
HEALTH Many mothers have such a difficult this the 29th., day of
was sang by Vivian Parker and the many expressions of sympathy -I 1939.
time the TO PAYSmith's
Mother reigned supreme Sun. carrying burdenof Lubedla Pinholster. "Your Mother and for the flowers sent I, OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
an already over-loaded budget Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford
day Children and husbands Cares for You" by Bonnie Mott following the death of our father. County, Florida. 6-6 3t 5-19
I
that the additional
weight of clocton's -
showered her with gifts-flowers, and Juanita McCauley; a reading Earl Cook, Jr. 'I'

candy. telegrams greeting cards.It bills during early pregnancy "Greetings to Mother" was givenb Theodore Cook. OHIIKH 0..' PrilllfTlOV AMIVO'IMK Garagl
seems not only unbearable but im 'ro APPN.'R

wits Mother's Day. possible. These mothers probablydo / Martha Evelyn Markey. Mrs. IM! TIIH ('IHCI-IT OIHT I% %M> TH12 "8TATI-J Of FLORIDA TO: A.

Hut what about tomorrow? Annie Pinholster being the old- FOIt Til: EIGhTh, Jl'UKIAI 10:. Beasley mid hi. wife, UruceBeasley
not know that doctors and I (.ltlt'I'I'I', !WT'TK OK KI.OIIII, each of Goose Creak,
What about all the other tomorrows est woman member of the church, .
clinics usually charge a flat sum I I\ .* M l> FOR BHIU'OltI Texas: OUEKTINOS:
? Is it right to shower mother ( was made mother of the church. : fill'!*TV You are hereby notified that a SW_ _
for the entire period of pregnancyand suit has been Instituted In the Circuit
Dntdforil Florida) -
t'ounty,
with gifts one day and forget delivery. Therefore they Mrs. Florence Varnadoe, being the Petitioner ) Court of Bradford County :

her the next ? oldest member of the Ladies Aid, v. ) "H'Uiilda I In Chancery, liy the City ot
might just as well consult their STAT OF FLORIDA. ) $tarke. Flor.tla, a Florida Municipal I
was made mother
of the club. ,
Maternal
bureaus public health doctor at once. Respondent ) Corporation an plaintiff against
nurses and doctors do not believein Both were presented with gifts in NO'rJc.r, Kva Tisor. and her huiband, C. P. I _
For those mothers who are un appreciation of work TO TAXPAYIOHS AND PIT1ZRNHOK : 1'lson, Orville Moltt also known as
sporadic campaigns and special done in RHAUIo'OHU ('OUN'rr. KixminAPl C). L Aloltt, and his wife gl.IeIoltr./ ,
days for mothers. Every day IsMothers able to pay any sort of doctor'sbills church and club. The closing song "ase take notice that a petitionhas ('(ill-it Carter and her husband WW .

the Florida State Board of was "Tell Mother' I'll Be There" been fll<>.1 In the flrrult Courtof Carter Inez Cook and her husband -
\ Day to them. They lire Health BureAu of Maternal and the Eighth Judicial Circuit of U..OI'K" Cook,. \V. A. Moltt and
nlways working with and for The sermon was one that will be Florida, In and toe Bradford County hi. wife Merle Moltt. C. L. Moltt.al .

Child Health provides. a program remembered by all.Society for the purpose of obtaining a Iac. known us Charley Moltt. and
mothers, to make them happier, of pre-natal health education. decree of said Court validating: and nl. wife, Ara Jtoltt. C. T. Beasleyalso I-

healthier and to reduce the high Sleets con fuming Head Refunding Honda, known a. Charley Beasley and
This la administered through full. hi. wife Jesse Beaeleyr A. E. flea.
The Ladles Aid met at the homeof Hvrles of 1919.: Bradford (County
death rate at childbirth.The .
.
icy and Ills wife, CIrace .
BeasUy
Florida, In the of Haven Hundred
Bum
time health units and their
county Mrs. R. T. Hargraves Tuesday. KlKhty Three Thousand ($7t3Oo ,- ami) O. [.. Ileasley and his wife _

great paradox is that the medical and nursing staff. A quilt the club had made was ) 00) Hollars to be dated July L, Uertrude fleasley as heirs at law _
of the estate of A. K Moltt He.ceaned .
public and mothers' families 1939. for the of refunding- _
purpose
With the co-operation of local presented to Mrs. G. E. Mccauley Ilk. amount of now oiitstanillnir Refunding and W. A. Moltt, as admlinlstrator
should exhibit less interest in her .
medical societies and rtond Bonds dated of the estate of A, E.
pre-natal as a birthday pre ent. The next ; January
welfare than strangers. In moat 1. 1034 said HoBil Refunding honda Moltt. deceased and cant. of you it.l
well baby clinics are conducted. meeting will be at the home of Herlfn. of IttHI beingfully described defendants. Case NoS. I
cases It is not their Indifference .
Detailed letters of instructions are Mrs. Long. The hostesses served In Maid petition for validation amithat And you each are hereby r..qulr.dto i _
lo mother's health but Ignoranceof the Honorable Judge of Maid appear fn .aiL, salt on June 6th
-
furnished upon request of expect- the many guests pear salad Court nan Issued an order requiring I A 1) 19.19: and thereafter. file your _.
what should be done to _
pro ant mothers for every month of with saltine crackers and iced that cause be shown. If any there written defenses If any to the bill I -_ -----' -
tect It.First. he, at the Court Htiuse In Starke, of complaint within the time pres -.- L _
pregnancy. One of the moat Important tea. crlbed by law. Herein fall not rio --u'i
ttradford County J of all. families should insist duties of the public health Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mccauley ..'..Iock. a.m., on the.* 2nd1 day of Judgement itefaiilt.will be entered 't#,. ::01'1; (fr _
by Bradford
you
June said bonds .,
shailnut
upon mother having periodical nurse Is regular visits to homes with several of the 4-H club boys ,be 1939.validated why anti confirmed; Telegraph Is hereby designated LL.

medical examinations. There of expectant mothers. attended the meeting at Gold and you are hereby notified to show the. duly qualified newspaper IDwn..tt

could be no more thoughtful Moth.era' cauxe. If any; you have, at the time this notlcw shall be published.
The present program In Florida Head Branch, All .'.ported a nice and place specified In said order, once each week, for four consecutive ,
day gift than funds for such weeks .. provided by law.
in just as extensive us the limited time. why Maid bonds should not b& validated Witness' mv hand and official 'I

an examination. It would proveas budget and United States allotment Frank Eifert, one of the county's and notice confirmed.This shall. be. published In Meat at Starke-., Bradford County 'I

nothing else could the family's will permit. But the State leading Baritones with Mrs. The Ilradford County"Telegraph .a riorlda I'339. this 4th day of May, A. O. I

sincerity In wanting their motherto newspaper published Stark: ,
Board of Health Is the first to ad- Flank Eifert. talented pianist, Bradford County once each week (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A.. J. Thomas. CI

stay with them Just us long HS mit that this program Is not comprehensive was heard Monday night In the | for three (3): consecutive week Clerk County of Florida Circuit Court. Bradford "

possible._ church here. Eiferl prior to Maid hearing the first publication 1 1*.
enough. that there is Baptist Mr. least Frank "' .nllrum. Attorney for
thereof to be at eighteen -
And what about families where great need for expansion. It Is Is a gospel singer, and goes from I (18) day prior to the date of Plaintiff. &-& St 8-2 I

there are mothers.to-be? aid hearinar.Witnese I
church to church the
relating Incidents ,
further aware thai the lives of
hand and the officialHeal .
which five my >()TIt H Of 4HPI.WITMHI FOHfrnmlf
Florida years ago more mothers can be saved than which Inspired the writingof of said Court at Starke, Bradford T' IiFl: : I

bore the stigma of having the saved. some of our oldest songs. I County Florida, this 10th day Hill Ma. 1(1:1)NOTICK : iV
highest maternal mortality rate in I are being of May A. D.: t ssa.! Irt HERKBY: (1VEN.
How and when Just Brooker'a Busy Bees went on a (OFFICIAL. SEAL.) A. J. Thomas. That Lyman U. Pe.t holder of Tax
the United States has bettered Its i I aa soon as picnic at Sunshine Lake last Friday Clerk of the Circuit Court Eighth, Certificate No. 516. Issued the 2ni.,' _
position to the point where it is' the public demands.. that these I Judicial Circuit In and for III ad- day of July A. l>. 1934. has filed 'a
mothers be saved. Everyone had a nice time. ford County Florida. 5-12 3t &-2oricK name In my office and has madej. J I I I i ___

now sixth highest, but there lit The next meeting will be at the application for a tax deed to be 1 Issued
We billions tor defense % : of '1.1': or T\\ thereon.Said .
still much Improvement to be de spend
home of Miss Joyce Atkinson Fri. I ('I'HTIFit't15 certificate embraces the fol.lowing I I

sired. What makes the record against vague Imaginary enemlet day afternoon. All members are Notice I* hereby given that M. W. described property In the I ._.. -

more disgraceful is the fact that of the future. We become Indignant Mann, has filed with n... written County of Bradford, State of Flor
asked to be present to finish certificate. I
up i request that the tax together ida, towit:
maternal mortality Is largely preventable when accidents suddenly take their laundry bags. with all subsequent. ', omittedor Lots 1, :2 of Blk 7 or Not!! SE'41 I a i

r_ few j levied taxes held by the Slate of 8EV Sec. 18 Tp-,. 8.1t. 23 .. I
and therefore unneces the lives of even a hundred Don't fOrget the Bar-D-Q that I IIn I be advertised and Bold to the highest 20 Acres, more or I.... : I': _________________________________________

r sary. people. But when more than 10- being aponaored by the Ladles bidder for cash as provided by The assessment of the said property .

I Several conditions contribute to 000 mothers die In childbirth In Chapter 182t6! ut the 11)37 nets of under the said certificate Issued CROUP A* PICK 2 B'PIC
Aid next:! Saturday afternoon beginning
j the Legislature, upon the following was In the name of N. T. Sea- GROUP
( the large number of maternal the United States every year, we at 4 o'clock. It's for the described real estate In the County branch.I'nletm. "" "" """"""" "" """ BDAmertcan

deaths: turn our thoughts and vote down I of Bradford. State of Florida, to- : said certificate shall beredeemed
benefit of the church here. Every-1 wit: "MKfe of NEVt\ See :26 Tp. 6 M.R according to Boy )
i of that law the ......8mos.. | American Poultry I IG foun:1
-Lack the next O :
money for medical appropriation might is Invited to 10 E.. 40 Acres.The pioperty described therein
body come and bring will lie Q American" Carl ...........811I01.
.
aid. save these lives. I taxes to bo sold are evidenced I sold to the highest bidder. at the Breeder's Gazette ,
"r I your nickles and dimes. by certificate No. 40 of 1333. and court house dnor on the first Mon D Christian Herald ........6 mot. IT Cloverleaf' American" .115e ,

Ignorance on the part of the Why Is this Because the pub- Plate lunches will be 23c, sandwiches represent unpaid taxes for the day In the month of June, 1939 D Horn. Arts-Needlecraft' ..2,rl. C Farm 'Journal-rarmcr, I *;"
I .1
expectant mother and her husband | lie is aroused against unprepared- S and lOc. 5 and lOc I yeara 1933 to 10:191: both Inclusive, which Is the tth day of June 1939: I IPaled o Household Magazine ..... $. Coed Stories .-
pie
.1
to 26.AI.0
amounting 139 this 19lh of
day April. 1939. D McCalls
that her very life may depend nesa and against inefficiency or iced tea free. Your choice of : NKV of F.4 A All RK'4 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas D Modern Romance Magazine .......1 yr. O Home Circle* ... .1

upon registering with a doctor carelessness that causes sudden I of NIo:'. 'H of Road Sea. 1 Tp 6 S. Clerk of Circuit Court of Rra i either chicken, pork, or beef. H. 20 a:., 61 Aer... Florida. 4.21 Si :5.19.OTUK .' o Open Road (Boys) .......1 '1'. Household Magazine I
before the third loss of life. But mothers do not
month .
of I The taxes. to be sold are evidenced o helltl' Magazine ." .._.611I01. S As..NsudIscraft'

pregnancy. die dramatically or in large demands, and when they eventually by certificate No. 12 and 41 of :\ Arri.irvriov Full DPathfmder (weekly. ) .....1 Home World I
tale and 1931: respectively and represent TAX DKKHVennle yr. Q Leghorn I
.i 3.Fear and superstition born I groups. Their liven ebb out at become sufficiently arousedover II unpaid taxes for the year ( Rill..... IO.1) < CD Progressive Farmer .......4yrt, D Nae'l Liv. Stock P rooIuctr ,

of Ignorance or false modesty. I about the rate of one every 43 the unnecessary! Ions of moth- last to 1939. both Inclusive. amountIng :r .frl. IS HEREBY OIVE.V O Romantic Story .....,....1 i '. D Plymouth Rock MontnijD

to $1252?. That Mae Johnson holder oi, Screen Book ............1,1'. ,
4. Failure to have a physicianIn minutes and the public only hears ers lives In childbirth they will demand Progressive Farmer
ALSO J.4 of RWU of NEV. A 8 Tax Certificate No. 255 J
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attendance at birth. i One-third about them when they are discussed and receive sufficient fundsto 3-4 of SKV, of NWV\, lee* 8 A.. W of 2nd., September A. U. 1915: Southern ..... yr. D Rhode Island R id ,
I Branch A NEK. of SWV: A NWft of has fdo same In my office anJ Agriculturist ....4,rI. D Southern AgriculturistO "
of the Florida births In 1936 In statistics at the end of of maternal
had I Dime
provide a program ... Confessions
a. for peaden Cemetery
2 A. has
8K4 made application for a tax de.t ..... Successful Farming
no physician In attendance according the year. care that will make our State and t Sec. 1$ Tp T S. fl. 20 K.' 130Aere. to be Issued thereon. DWom,.'. W ,ld ......"lair,. Q Woman' WorldI

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O'aNE-ARMED BANDITS"-SAYS I I"I [I LEGISLATURE'SCOST [ SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY crease the pay of Supreme Court 10 million soon to hi' authorized' -

VOTE OF 32-2 TO DATE justices Several senators, however for military enterprise, in Florida! ,
FINDS STATE BUDGET
1"f. IN I II UNBALANCED hav!- prevented a vote on the with much of the actual spending

Senate : In the Senate is falling flat. $287.000 question in their chamber by debate -' 1939.
.,,ida's Tallahassf'e.-Florlda's
i I Legislature foi school teachers circuit judges
'' "The Douglas bill would be I which their called
l1a11n5E' "one- a opponents Typical building
".giilize entered the final three weeks and municipal firemen. There I permit flgun
1 n( m' :" v for l"e pur"pensions. body blow to legitimate business Tallahassee.-The Florida Legislature of Its biennial 60-duy session with have been bills to set up pension filibustering.The \ follow: Jax had 1021038. biggest

|, noH- ,.101! tge10wPg lin Florida. About $200.000,000 a with many major billti yet the big problem of balancing the plans for all public workers. for Legislature passed and the I month of the year and more
ufinpn' n Fl" year would be taken away from to be paid has spent $287,000 for Governor approved a bill called than $100,000 bigger than
:,., ."ing its ,] State's Income and Its expenditures !1I 1- State attorneys and county solicitors April
: committee legitimate business. The annualIncome Its own operation since it conven- I still unsolved. and for farmers. (I by some "the stepmother bill"to 1938. St. Petersburg is slightly:
and "*xa"unanimously on of Floridians I Is approxi- ed April 4. limit to a child's sharp the Inheritance dizzy with Its $1.007,963 for April

h frownel 1 this aft. mately 806000000. Take 24 per State Treasurer W. V. Knott I In six weeks the lawmaker! A Senate committee Investigated of a childless second which was four times the total. of
,senate have not enacted a single piece administration of the welfare -
al ;I h. vote of 34used cent away and business would reported the figure today. Legislators present I wife whose deceased husband had April 1938. Principal Item. however
dude. of fiscal
pror major legislation. There and made numberof
.. .an program a
postpone. Buffer a big drop. The Florida estimated expenses before children by a former marriage. was $633.900 for Its low-cost
.naeiuilte have been proposals relatIng to
relative
tbt method of Anti-Slot Machine Association is the session ends will add about many suggestions qualifi- Supporters of the measure said It negro housing project. Year
) to finances and taxation but cations of those aid. One I
t of consldelJluon 180 Which Bending a report to every business 125000. given would protect "rich old, men from total is almost $2.000.000, some
Bill No I not one has cleared both the committeeman Senator
genate 'Itate-owned organization in the State showing The money already spent Includes Mapoles fortune hunters." i\ 175 percent better than 1938. Hollywood -
House and the Senate. Several I lot Crentview. called the
d have eet 'up how much legalized gambling $92.000 for the new House I majority The Senate passed but the had over $200,000 biggest
tem appropriations have been voted damn white-
IDIchlne By quick- would take from their business. chamber. Legislative sessions us- report "nothing but a House' killed a bill to outlaw so- I monthly figure In a long time.
Monday to 80 but the general biennial appropriations wash."
e Dlotlon was "The tourist trade will be hurt ually cost about 350000.) called heart balm suits based on Fort Lauderdale with $250.696
the measure bill still is drafted
,f being by
d the life L. Holland by this act. Respectable tourists Governor Cone signed a bill committeemen. Both branches of the Legisla- charges of breach of promise and was slightly behind its $264,726

StJIIor spessard of the i- who bring their families to Florida making a special distribution of ture passed and Governor Cone alienation of affection. for March, but the 1939 total la I II

artoW. chaliman Committee. and invest here would go to $2,000 to each county for race Governor Fred P. Cone recently signed; Into law a bill giving the So far the Legislature has not I substantially: ahead of 1938. West !

B aod 1'axatlon Senator other tourist States. I track taxes and Comptroller Lee I called leaders of the two legisla- public schools the same claim on passed on to the people any pro- Palm had $H .397 compared with

but WIU proposed by Crestview Immediately credited the money tive branches to his office and unearmnrked funds in the general posed changes In the Constitution Palm Beach's $87,000. The year

i&DI H. apoles of effort "Real estate would suffer a II bringing each county's share to asked where the money was coming treasury that othej- governmental although the House has approved for both communities totaled

talked al length in an loss through legalized gambling. 26863. from to pay the special appropriations functions have had under the Con five to add a seventh justice to $552,528: a 30 percent gain over

live off lh,' defeat It that WaS Many of the substantial residents I Comptroller Lee also paid outa being voted. Comp- stitution. The bill carried out a the Supreme Court; to establish 1938. Ocala with $26.000 had Its
time fhto legislature and tourists would close their troller J. :M. Lee told the cabinetthe constitutional amendment ratifiedat
first $132,000 appropriation for Flor the office of lieutenant governor; best month in four years with one
the
I bas been killed by Florida homes. Building of new I ida's participation In the New general revenue fund would last year's general election. to add II 20-day financial meetingto exception. Lakeland had 90983.

te. homes would be curtailed. Unemployment I York World's Fair. The Legislature "be in the red" before the end of Bills now pending propose that the regular 60-day legislative I of this $49,974 was a municipal

.nti-Slols Way would result and I i agreed to give the exhibit an- the fiscal year, June 30. Auditorsfor the State's annual appropriationof sessions: and to set up the State power line permit but the totalof
Anti-Slot Machine labor would be hard hit.
Florida other $118,000 next year. the Finance and Appropriations $800 a teacher unit for the Game Commission as a constitutional private construction exceededthe

Itlon of which the Rev.Is "All Florida would get of legal- So far, the Legislature has not Committees reported this schoolsamounting to nearly $12- body. $36,861 for March and was far ,

JEBarbee( of Jacksonville ized gambling will be a lot of enacted a single bill changing or week-end present Indlcat I Ions 000,000 this year-be Increased to The lawmakers also have passedon far ahead of any slmlliur periodfor ;

la-ait announced today a gamblers racketeers and bums. increasing the State's revenue pointed to a deficit of more than $050 a unit during tht comingtwo many minor measures of miscellaneous years. Little St. Cloud had

.wide campaign against Rep- This act would make Florida a from tax sources, although Comptroller $3.000,000 a year unless expenses fiscal years. The $800 a unit nature. There have a baby building boom for the first(

Utive Douglas proposed leg- dumping ground for thugs. Rack- Lee has estimated a def i were cut or income boosted. appropriation will continue unless been fewer local bills this year time In years. 11

d gambling bill eteers would flock here like bUZzards cit of $1,000,000 by the end of the The immediate problem of I the Legislature amends the law than heretofore. Legislators said .---

,? putnam County legislatoruced and itJli to a rotten carcas. fiscal year. State finances was eased the second or adds a special emergency allo It was because of the constitutional DOUBLE RUN

- the bill Friday Amuse.gt "Crime and murder are certainto ._ day of the session when the cation of money. amendment requiring advanced Mm.V.. A. TIer Cor. !

in the House Public he said Increase if the Douglas bill I House And Senate estate of the late Alfred I. du- The House passed a bill to abol- publication of all clauses of purely -

Committee for study passes. The recent murder of two Pont paid more than $2,900,000 in ish the State dry cleaning and local measures. Mrs. Hill Parmenter of this section ,

Wect3 a favorable report on automobile salesmen in another I Increase Their HoursTallabasseeEffeitive inheritance taxes. ComptrollerLee laundry board with its pricefixing Sine die adjournment of the \( is now spending a few days j

measure which be added if State is attributed to slot rnach- I said it would enable the Stateto powers but a Senate committee 1939 legislative session comes with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore and

|led would provide $20,000,000 !inca and the punch boards which j I i last pay in full its appropriation for gave the measure an unfavorable -, June 2. The hour will be net by family of Hellbronn.

ally to the State in revenue. House Bill No. 1296 would legal- \ Tuesday the Senate went back to the public schools and probably report. Pending bills would resolution. Mrs. Fannie Woods and family\ I'

*. Barbee said the DouglasII ize. The increase in crime would Its regular order of meetings, would make it possible for many continue the State Milk Control of Lawtey, were guests of her son-
back slot
designed to bring cost Florida more than all the from 11 A. M., to 1 P. M. and 2:30: counties to keep their schools Board with Its price-fixing powers TIMES SETTER in-law and daughter, Mr. and

Lines' Representative Doug. revenue from legalized gambling. P. M. to 5 P. M. open for a full term. The Senate and the barber board. The milk Mrs. G L. Kersey Sunday.Mr. I
|aId the bill specifically exi Immediately earmarked $1,500- board will out of existence IN FLORIDA
"House Bill No. 1206 calls for The past two weeks the legislative go and Mrs. C. M. Moore' and,
slot machines. 000 of the for the ochools 1 unless the Legislature extends -
money July
an amusement commission. The body has held its sessionsIn
and
I son, Billy were visiting Mr.
Statement In of the nick citrus Industry I
IHMJOH but the House has nut acted on its life The bill to do HO spite
thing about this bill
only amusing the afternoons with
one night Mm. O. L. Kersey and family Sun
SeV. Barbcf s statement tol.au's this and other sores here .and
been committee
measure. has given IIPPI'OV-
is its ridiculousness. Wide open i i meeting.
there Florida presents the moslproHptroim
BIII No 1296 will per gambling is still gambling even Senator A. O. Kanner of Stuart Racing Probe Continue al. condition it has enjoyed day.Mr, and Mrs. D. A. Judd of
though it is improved by a change I chairman of the Rules Committee Much of the session has been 1alxMlloanl Vetoed Still ke In this section Sun-
slot machines to come back. Governor Cone vetoed a legislative in .a ilt'cade. While tax collections were
of name. taken by a Senate Investigation
announced this afternoonthat up
could not be slightly day.
machines keptof generally are only
act to establish a State Department -
Florida under this act. It "The bill makes no provision for : the committee would not ask into conditions nurrounJIngFlorida's of Labor to mediate disputes better than last year (postal receipts Shirley Judd of Starke was

down all the bars. The bill a referendum. Citizens are not for such a rule change after Mon race tracks and by leg- between employers and em- as a rule run substantially visiting Cecil, Dan, and David

riitten for the return of the given the right to vote it in or I' day's session for this week's plans. islation designed to effect a suit ployes. A House committee kill- ahead. .lux had bank cll'al'lngs of Tyler of this section Sunday
out. of this bill\ know It The two session rule attacking the equal distribution of I
Sponsors a day was
machines Section No. 24 of ed a measure for a State public 93 1-2 millions In April, best MI' nnd Mrs. Carl Flemmlng
track tax revenues equally
bill repeals the present slot would be voted down as slot adopted early in the Legislature.The race the 67 counties The Investigation I I service commission. The House month in 10 yearn and 17 1-2 millions and little daughter. Caroline of
hlne law Then Section No. machines were overwhelmingly de House of Representatives among better than a year ago. Jax'
bill for Everglades: Miami friend and
has not been completed -' passed a a new are visiting relatives -
statement about feated. What the voters are a- Tuesday inaugurated a new working of course is enjoying a healthy
:4i a joker but the suit was withdrawn Fire Control Board and the Senate -I In this section.
machines which would not gainst should not be shoved over schedule. local boom plus benefits from ,
of
establishment a
approved lIoden of JackHonvllle
when a bloc of 63 House members Rev. C. H. -
1 up in court for five mln- on them. The hours of business are: On State Archives Department. state conditions generally. his
filled
warned it would prevent passage regular appoint-
The bill was designed tog "The Florida Anti-Slot Machine all week days except Saturdays, hunt- Rulldlng
of all Dade County bills becausethe Various changes in present permits present pre- ment here at the Pleasant Hope
back slot machines either Association has asked Representative from 10 A. M. until 1 P. M. and court action originated in ing and fishing regulations were haps the most exuberant picture. Church.Mr. .

'ugh Intention or ignorance. Smith of Clay, chairman of from 3 P. M. to 6 P. M., with sanctioned by the House but the Figures generally are substantially
I Miami. and Mrs. Milton of Starke
ie Bill No 1296 is a trial bal- the House Amusement Committee, local bill sessions Tuesday and The passed and the Senate has not acted on them. A : ahead of last year and the '
I Legislature were visiting her grandparents,
which the gamblers want sent for the privilege of having a committee Thursday nights. bills the House committee killed bill to soundest fact Is that practically
Governor signed giving Mr. and Mrs. O. L. llrown. of this
a the House of Representa- ; at the public hearing on "There are more than 600 bills counties more of the racing revenue keep livestock off the highway by I all Increases are due to small section Sunday.Mr. .
Thelr gambling legislation House Bill No. 1296." on the House calendar" Representative requiring owners to fence the cat-' residential construction. And
___ and making It more costly and Mrs. Luke of
Christie of Duval chair- lie and other animals. here, of course, FIIA Is the dominant Ivory
and difficult for a simillar\ suit
Mr. and Mrs. !
Htarke were visiting
f UOET FEVER DECLINES man of the Rules Committee said, to be filed in the future. A series of bills backed by most factor Another Increasingly
LAJVTE"lU1am (I. L. Kersey nnd Enos Anderson -
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"and this Is the only way we knowto of the citrus industry cleared Important, factor IH low cost
aths from warlet fever InStates (Bill) IMummrr, Cor. Among the many taxing proposals of this section Monday.Mr. .
dispose of them." pending before commit- both the Senate and the House housing. Just as St. Fete lets u
United have decreased .. now but several of the regulatory half million contract of this kind and Mrs Jake Sapp and
tees are a three per cent general
reeDt: since 1900. Grocery Store Sold I measures still need action by one comes news from Washington that family of Rising were vlulling Mr.
"Third House" To ealeaj tax Increased levies on parl-
The Joe Shuford Grocery Company branch of the Legislature; before 3 more simtllar loans have been and Mrs. W. R. Conner Sunday
mutuel at races and on
changed hands this week. I Meet May 26Tallahasaee.Members Intangibles wagers, ;taxes on cigarettesand being sent to the Governor approved: 2 1.2 millions for .'IIX.It. Arthur HUdon/ of Jacksonville

ITHE DteotLoea.EjWOLJE Carrldlne and Peele are the new amusement places, heavier The House killed then reconsidered million for Miami: $183,000 for was visiting his home folks here

owners. The building is being remodeled of Flor- levies on chain stores, and plans I and passed a bill to In Sarasota And don't forget the Saturday

and a regular "Market- ida's "Third House" will hold to relegalize and tax slot machinesand ,

basket" type of store is the main their biennial fun-fest on the night to legalize and tax all formsof aJdJJj --- .. I r- i'r -

objective of its new owners. of May 24, and not May 26, Wallace gambling except slot machines.For .

Kelly Service StationH. Krwln supervisor of stenog- years the Legislatures hnve

C. Kelly is the new owner raphers and elected "Speaker" announced passed bills extending the time Sales Leader. Pe formance Leader .

of the Standard Station formerly today. for paying current taxes without

managed by O. J. Phillips. Mr. The original time for holdingthe penalties but this year the lawmakers -

Phillips will devote most of his "Third House" was changed, killed the uUggeution. The
Value Leader
time now to his electrical work. I he said because of several Important House followed with a proposed

of House amendment to
Team Orders' EquipmentThe committee meetings constitutional pro-
members on the night of May 26, hibit all tax compromises and adjustments -
Soft Ball Team has
Lawtey which would prevent members except by act of the
JACKSONVILLE'S and expects I
ordered its equipment
from participating in the frolic. Legislature. The Senate has not

LEADING HOTEL to begin practice soon. The .________ acted on this proposal. I
prospects of a winning team are There have bon several bills to
c qufIi 01 thIs mod.... 8_ better than ever before. Any Governor Vetoes
,J"}. F prool hotel la lh. put "teeth" In present tax collect- N. ."'., .-
SUMMER htarl oj "<"" _* teams wishing a game may writea Bill To Cancel Ing machinery and various plansto ._61.... III' "'...
card to- JOIUoo..uI..
COMFORT E.iy post Taxes eliminate part or oil of the ad aturiIICIUIIVI
foow. with tub ondJt Soft Ball Team Lawtey, Florida. I Chain Store I.
There have been VACUUM
tax.
.... valorem ill
Mlt water. flood .'A" ..'".
" *ana V.u.t Bean Outlook laws -l---L '
Dait extend
btlada. Every bd ( measures to present I. NiW
.ri..npflq'' malt,...ojuj NGdIDq Lima bean movements are expected | Tallahassee. Governor Cone allowing redemption of tax delin- I "LlN.A"O"AIII. N'W
H Huiuilo,In wat.r on.T.ry Hoar. Monday vetoed Senate Bill 338, com *r ,.......
from here in approximately md one bill to givea
to begin collection quent property .. N.W LONO.II "'D'N..IAII.
POPULAR PRICED two we ks. This will \ which would have prohibited two-year tax exemption to all -

COCKTAIL LOUNGE and be the largest yield the Lawtey of chain store taxes two who have paid their State and 4.HOIIII'OWU -
If the comptrollerhad VAL"'N'A""" MX.r .
COFFEE SHOP section has ever had, according I years in arrears of county taxes In full for the past ,. >.l* CTtO "'''"AU.
payment
licenses on
issued
estimates, and pros. five IIC IIAKK.C .
to the present years.
QIhft.,, J S ?... Ho1q4. favor lesser sums. A group of House bills to con .. NlW..O..VA"ON
" are The house passed
"--C tt.. .-Ho'oI DeSot..SO....... pects for a good price members petitioned the governorto VIOIIUTT.PIIMCTI .
tinue giving the counties revenue P.
able. _ I veto the measure and said it from three"! cents of the seven ACTION HIOINO* KNII.trt. .

would cancel about $400,000 In cents a gallon gasoline tax and to .TIM"0
FUNERAL DIRECTORy delinquent taxesGovernor broaden the original law on the I _'N.. 0.40'A...._,...d.4.,. _
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. Many Years Experience Make. It Possible for Me lo Render ('one'' veto message subject so as to pay the counties --'-- _

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE said the bill "create. a statute of for roads they built after 1931 as I, ,. Tuiirv '0,..

MODERATE PRICES i limitations against the collection well as before the year. The Senate -: It's first in sales lust as it's first in acceleration : :r'N.; 1JA1l.I .

'of license taxc- for the State of Finance Committee is considering 10. "*" t
DeWITT C. JONES in all-round value I ;:J,: VIMTIIA.If.
first
'Florida. The law does not proteCt a plan offered by a group of I first in hill-climbing .
Starke, Florida fraud or at- H AN. s II AMI
I the State against bondholders tr' refund the $127- MOUNflO UNOI*
''tempted fraud on hidden prop- 000,000 counties' road bond debt I Of count, it'. the sales leader! Of I B*'M AT HfT.

'erty or resource* which are sub by using the counties' part of gas- count, over half a million 19.19 $ I u. 'UNIM'U'ON."NCSO. '; ..

FREE! By Trading Here FREE ject legally to taxation returned and and have will not preventthe been oline tax revenue for the next 25 demand Chevrolet Is have steadily been increasing cold, and) .the. I 4I V I II. :: : I-MAiC


State from collecting licenses years.ApproprUtloni Favored I Because people everywhere definitely 14. XCIUIIVI' .. C"AII"IOX.

j jHI. or taxes on the same when the Among the special appropriations -I know that Chevrolet U the l M't; r.::..
_'I DUCO riNIIHIt.
is discovered"Senator far have been $92-
fraud voted "a tle! I..der-the perf..rmanceleader 14. MV OID..IAI llXll "' .
Guaranteed i Beall of pensacola, In- 826 for completion of the new -the value leader among all cars In : .M. 'O'QU..
.,.
lull DI.
\ troduced the m"I 'Url!. said the House chamber-: $125,000 a year let price ranftel' T 17. DI1CO.MMT ITAIT.

RoGERs Without; bill was intended to prevent the for hog cholera serum? $250.000 1 lit your Chevrolet dealer and ,1 'NO ilOHTINO.

comptroller from accepting separate for Florida's exhibit at the New the that's first In sale and laNITION.
TDUOIJflilt buy car and
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Korci of oMi
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"and r
-i stores World' Fair $300,000 a
fuSILVER. fees on Yord ;
< license
1939 Chevrolet I ,
first In value-a new Important f alur.t.
By then going back. lumping the year for the State Tuberculosis

places together and suing" for Hospital at Orlando; $139,000 fora Every 40 seconds of every clay _

\\\RE oneida higher chain store taxes. WPA building program at the Somebody buys a new Chevrolet .. .OH "A" .

____ -. University of Florida; $25,000: a "

for promotion of Sea Island --4- -. -
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Ltd. C. 43!. T. C. In year -
Civilians Military Tral n 1 n g cotton and several smaller items.

for the Fourth Corp! Area Much talk about social securitywill to Florida -
Camp Fort Screven. Georgia be climaxed this week in the All Chevrolets Are Shipped
Will be held at
The 15 and continuing Senate by a vote on the Johns bill

Above Set Given Free with $40.00 beginning through June July 14, and applications to set up the Townsend plan in NOT DRIVEN So "They Come to You Genuinely NEW"I I

in Trade will be received up until Florida and pay all persons over -
information 60 old $200 a month on con-
years

See'Them Display aSMITH'S can that be obtained time. by Full writing the C. dition they spend it before the CHEVROLET CQ :

on ''M. T. C. Officer Fort Screven first of the next month. The 3 TORODE I

Georgia. $o far. only one young fund would be financed by a

Frank Hemingway ha per cent transactions tax.

GARAGE specified his intention of attend- The Legislature passed and the STARKE, FLA. "

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Many Visitors AttendU. Byrd's Eye View I dition& 8 of to 9th.Stark.. Ht*., W In of NWVi Walnut Sec.St.28, years amounting. im' i i I". ,,I.

D. C. District MeetingThe Ernest Byrd. 15 years Janitor in 'rp. 0 s. It. 22 E. ALSO S':'i ,
FAVORITE court house here, made The taxes to lie sold are evidenced 26 Tp. s s 'I I-:
annual meeting: of District the county by cerlirii-atr. Xo. 1174 of 1933 The tax.-,,,, ,",
Qc/etj Number Two. United Daughtersof his first trip\ to Tallahassee Tues- and represent unpaid taxes for the ed by f",rtiti" ," '
RECIPES with A. J. Griffis and E. L. years 1933 to 19:19.: both Inclusive, and r"'pr"111 "?
day u?'
the Confederacy, was held here amounting to $133.80. ; : : ,I", I '
Thursday of last week, with the Williams who were attending to ALSO: SK: 4 of SEVi Seo 17 Tp. Ltnountlug tc", $ n

W. T. Weeks Chapter as hostess, school matters there. -it sure was 7 S. It. 22 E.. 40 Acres. Said' tax ? "M ",
Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the pretty and I had a good time," The taxes to be sold are evidenced all ubseijii. ,,.n1,,!
Thorn psonSaundersMrs. '\ Woodman Circle Meeting and was a most successful meet- bv certificate Nos. 415 and 1431 taxes will i I.,.. ,
State Farm is noted for her culinary remarkwas I
Byrd said. Byrd's first bidder at I ti ,
ing from every standpoint.The of 1931 and 1933: respectively, and h. Annie Saunders of Starke Held In Lake Butler : meeting was held in the art and this week she con prompted, no doubt, by the represent unpaid taxes for the 19- "Jke on II.,,. "
at ] ,, ,
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193 both
to Inclusive,
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announces the marriage of her Twenty members of the Starke : Methodist church and presidedover tributes three recipes that we fact that the visit Included a trip amounting to $61.67. tinted dt.O',:?,,: ,

daughter Miss Mildred Saunders Grove Woodman Circle attended a by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, vice know you'll be glad to add to out to the women's college. Sena- ALSO: 814! of 8RV4 of NW% Sec. 1939.(OFFICIAL ,

to Mr. I B. Thompson of Lawtey. ; "neighbors" meeting of the Lake president of District No. 2. Mra. your cook book. In fact we've tor Charley E. Johns and Repre- 21 Tp. 7 S. U. 22 E., 20 Acres. Clerk of Circuit SEA i \ T4'
had for them.Here' The taxes to be sold are evidenced County I :
numerous requests Inman showed Florida Hha
The ceremony was performed Butler Grove Tuesday night The A. M. Darby, chaplain of the local sentative George by certificate Nos. 665 and 484 :.,.

Monday, May 15 1939. by County hall there was beautifully decorated chapter, made the opening prayer; the recipe for 'the celery him around the Legislature. Both of 1932 and 1934 respectively andrepresent "I''':('I\I. "I \ .
with radiance and fruit salad that Is so delicious. were working, Byrd claims. unpaid taxes for the 1':11. \uTll'
red roses the
Judge E. K. Perryman in his of- address of welcome was given years 1931 to 1839 both Inclusive, !O\1-* ''
fern officers of the Starke 1 package of lemon jello Notle' ,Ia hll ..I i,,
fice at Starke. and the by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, president amounting to .US.64. and In .
Oe' ""I.") OF TAX ,
1 1-2 cups of hot water VOTK'K ALSO: SEVi of NW% of SWU Sec. al''ordnl1
Mr .Thompson is the son of Mr. Grove presided over the meeting.The of the local chapter, and response CRMTIKIOTKHNotice 36 Tp. 7 H. H. 22 I< ? 10 Acres. sale tale finAl deere" ''I, ,.
of Law- Starke officers and team was made by Mrs. John E, Dissolve jello in bot water and In hereby given that M. F.Wiggins The taxes to be sold are evidenced rendered l\ II. t ul-
and Mrs. S. H. as Judge I. .
Thompson place in refrigerator until it be- has flied with me writtenrequest by certificate Non 451 and 1664 of ih ,I',. MI1U"
will residein carried out a beautiful initiation Mathews, president of Jacksonville that the tax certificates together Bradford County '" 1
tey. The young people to add 1 of of 1931 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent i KI 'Ii, ,
gins jell. Then "
Chapter U, D. C. Music was un- cup with all subsequent omittedor unpaid taxes for ,
Miami after June 15, where Mr. ceremony and after the business the' inrsaidnCourt wheill" I Den
chopped 1 No. 3 size can levied taxes held by the Stats headv"rUII..d ,
celery; years 11)30); to 1939 both Inclusive iMortgage i-
Thompson Is employed. session a pleasant social hour was der the direction of Mrs. A. Z. and sold to the highest amounting to $24.41. d""qF
enjoyed. Peach short cake with Adkins at both morning and after- of crushed pineapple, drained; 1 bidder for cash. an provided by ALSO; : 3 Acres Com. at 8W Cor and W. u.. WoiiT. ? Db' :,
No. 2 size cut Chapter 18296 of the 1931 acts of ants Case No "21. '1j'4"<
can cranberry Jelly of NWV of SEH & Run E 830: ft,
W. M. S. Circles whipped cream and iced tea were noon sessions. The Woman'sChorus the Legislature upon the following Special Master X'iadernpointed '
Baptist in cubes. N 210 ft, W 630 ft, S 210 ft to Beg.
up sell .Jtct..
presented three numbersIn described real. estate. In the Countyof will | rata ,:
served by the hostess grove to the Sec 36 Tp. 7 S It. 23 E., 3 Acres bidder 'h.
Have Meeting MondayThe present. the afternoon, directed by Mrs. Place in refrigerator in flat ob- Bradford, State of Florida, to- The taxes to be sold are evidenced South for front rash '?.'',, ,'' e16,
many wit: by certificate NOB. 688 and dooi/ 'h,.
long and let set until firm.It 1661
regular monthly business Those from Starke L. A. Canova, with Mrs. Ellery pan 8KV4 of SWVi Hire. 23 Tp. 6 S. B. of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and County Court hm,.. ,, 8..*
Ida
attending "arks
can be three 20 K., 40 during the *
kept two or days. AcresThe 'legal
represent unpaid taxes for Ii i
M. Davis theyears
and program meeting of the Bap- were Mrs. L. D. Green, Mrs. Nat as pianist. The high- Cut out in small and : taxed to he sold are evidenced -' 1931 to Inclusive, on June -, V\ i I'ur. of
followingy
tist W. M. S., was held at the Williams Mrs. L. S. Hutto Mrs. light of the morning session was squares by certificate No. 14 of 1931, amounting to 82742.both premise,. I lie!
,
church Monday afternoon at 3:30: an address by the president of the serve on lettuce, with a good and represent unpaid taxes for the ALSO: : NW"i of SEH: Ex. 3 Acres Bradford County KT,", ?isltuehMSectiionS38 I,
W. L. Andrews, Mrs. Ethel Chambers years 1930 to 193S both Inclusive of the ''t
In SE'
Florida bought salad dressing. I 8W Cor Sec. 36 Tp. 7 H. K. 22 J., **,
o'clock. Division, Mrs. Mary Noel amounting to $50.34. Township'i
?
Mrs. C. J. Powell, Mrs. 37 Acres. '
Vergie 21 East, rj
ALSO: 13 A In SEVi of NE'4 Com. containing thPi
T-o! ,
tnres hild
to
The Devotional was led by Mra. Flynn, Mrs. Vonda Inman, Mrs. Moody, of Plant City. Other Patty Shells at Branch at Cur. of Oliver land & I hy certificate Nos. 667 ore and evidenced I&62 or less' and ills.,, Tl h. 'I'i, .
state officers registering were: Hun WA60> ft. ft' to W. H. Green land of Section I., T ., >tp
of I
The 1930 and 1933 ?/
A. M. Mae Mrs. Rosa
Darby president. Bryan, Goodman, I respectively, and "
Range 1'
1 of flour unsifted 21 ,,, .
Mrs. George H. Lennon of Jack cup W to Oulley Branch, N. on Branch represent unpaid taxes East o?'"r *
Bible study topic "The Healing Mrs. Florence Mrs. to said for the more or less, ,, "
McKinney, 1.4 heaping teaspoon salt. ; Larger Branch thence up years 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive ,'. ,
sonville, treasurer; Mrs. C. D. branch to bed, sec. 23 Tp. 6 8. I Curd County Florida'., '"' Ball
"
Touch of Jesus, was discussed. Lula Slade, Mrs. Ira Wilson, Mrs. 1 level of baking i n'l amounting to $86.02. land "J/ 'herbars <
teaspoon 20 E 13 Acres. slguln ,
Walker, of Eustis i ALSO: of I"(1"
Registrar, NW"4! SWV4 Sec 25 Tp.
The program was given by P. S. Denmark, Mrs. T. J. McIntyre powder. The taxes to be Hold are evidenced 8 S. It. 22 E.. 40 Acres? hereditament 1 "
Mrs. Lois Mayes, Mrs. LID Children of the Confederacy; Mrs. by certificate No. 15 of 1931 and The taxes to be sold are evidenced ances thereto b..long-\'It\ DDuwise "
Circle No.2. Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot Sift these into mixing bowl. '
represent unpaid taxes for the years appertaining ,
Charles
T. of Jacksonville
by certificate
Boyd, No.
624
in charge, following the topic,, e r t y Moore, Mrs. Margaret Work into flour quickly and lightly 1930 to Hi3U, both Inclusive, amount- and represent unpaid taxes of for 1934 the, ever to a lease of 1 lit.i 1 "J J a '"
historian; Mrs. J, L. Medlin, of ing to privileges of tl'''1M'
Wlheele, Mrs. Lacy Conway and $28.28. years 1933 to 1939, both wcn-kln! 'il)
Inclusive bar
"The Great Commission and the Jacksonville 1 heaping tablespoon of short- ALSO: : 5 A In SEVi of NIS'/j lyingV thereon for ;In.
past president; Mrs. amounting to SSR.18. turpentine
:Ministry of Healing." Mrs. Light- Miss Hazel Thomas.41r. ening. Add enough ice water to of Vi mile Pout 375 ft, to a post ALSO: SAV',4 of SWVi of period commenced Tn, "," .'
L Davis NWM
A Starke first vice- and '
,
In ending
branch Place of ThenceW
to Keg. Decembe
.
S 'r 25 Tp. 8 W ] 22 I ij;
foot assisted mix t E.. 10 Acres. 9t9.
was by Mra. S. E. lightly. T. Frank
president. 600 ft, N TOO ft. E 600 ft, thence The taxes to be sold Landrum \ 'II
Sparks, Mrs. A., A. Durden, :Mrs.J. Business Roll out on floured board a along: run of Branch to Beg.: where by certificate No. 626 are evidenced of tel' In Chancery 'Ial
MeetingThe
At 12:30:: o'clock P. M., lunch- post stands Sec 23 Tp. 6 IJ. It. 20 I 1934, Knight & Knight
H Lord, and Mrs. L. H. Jen eon was served at the Woman's small piece at a time and fit inside 11.. R AfrAH and represent unpaid taxes for the Plaintiff. a is'lora
nings. regular business meetingof muffin rings. Bake quicklyin The taxes to he Hold are evidenced II
I the Woman's Club will be held Club building, where the long by certificate No. 16 of 1931. and
hot
The business meeting was con- tables were charmingly decorated a oven (450 degrees). This represent unpaid taxes for the years
ducted by Mrs. Darby, during Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: o'- makes about eight small patty 1930 to 1931) both Inclusive amountIng a
clock in the club building with the with a variety of spring flowers to $17.92.ALSO .
shells or six .
which a letter of thanks from B. and dainty ferns. The tempting large ones.ButterllCotda : S 16 tires of SW'4 of
T. U., for refreshments for study president, Mrs K. G. Duncan In three course luncheon was served NW% Sec. 24 Tp.| 8 S. 11. 20 E., 15 11
the chair. All members Acres.
.class was read. It was voted to are urg- by members of the Methodist Sauce The taxes to be sold are evidenced .- ,
ed to attend.
give $5.00 for the new building at Sunday School the object being to This sauce may be served once by certificate. .Xo. 21 of 1931 an,1repr..nt
unpaid taxes for the
.
the training school at Louisville, add to the fund for painting the cream or cake. years 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive, I

Ky. It WRIt also voted for the W. C. T. U. Meets TodayThe Educational Building. The amountof 2 cups of white sugar amounting: to 1.12.17.. 1 "The Dependable Store" Est. 1894
ALSO
1 dark Karo : MW4!. or NW4! Sec.: 31 Tp
local society to entertain the rally Woman's Christian $31.75 was realized from the cup syrup- 6 S.: n. 21 K.. 40 Ac-res. I t -- --. -
in August Temperance I Mix together and let boll up. The taxes to tin sold are evidenced SUMMER
Union will meet this after- luncheon. I CLEARANCE Ladies Don't Fail To
Cook about one minute. Test by certificate Xo. 294 of 1933 See
Circle No. 3 will have the pro- noon at 3 o'clock at the home of Among the prominent person by and represent unpaid taxes for the ON MEN'S & BOYS These Values
dropping a little into a cup of years 1932 to linn! both Inclusive,
gram and church flowers In June. Mrs. J. T. Quigley. attending: this meeting were: Mrs. cold amounting $53.47. ,
water. Remove from fire as I
W J. Thomas, president of Stephen ALSO: : lot C5 In Woodlawn Sec. 13 BOOTS SHOESSANDALS
Elliot soon as It begins to set a little In Tp 5 8. It. 22: F:., 10 Acres.
Chapter, Beaufort, S. C.,
the The taxes to 1 bo< sold evidenced I
cold water. Add a are -
Mrs. Lee Harrell, president Alexander large by certificate Nos. 203 and 686!' $8.50 value ._ 6.15 79c to S2.23
HEALTH HINTSThousands H. Stephens Chapter, Jack heaping tablespoon of butter and of 1931 and 193.1 respectively, andrepresent $7.50 value $5.95
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1 unpaid taxes for
teaspoon vanilla. Serve hot or the White Heavy Sole
sonville; Mrs. Charles T. Boyd, cold.If. years 1930 to 1 9J9.: both Inclusive $6.50 value -- --_-- $5.25

president Matha Reid Chapter, amounting 13009. !' $3.95 value __ OXFORDS $1.89 up
of the sauce is to be used with ALSO: Lots K, 8, 9 In Peetsvlllo" $3.25
people are regaining their health through Jacksonville; Mrs. Max Brown, ice embracing NI/{, of KE'/i & NEVi of Boys' $2.95 Boots __ $2.15 New Japonica Shades
the application of cream, Mrs. Chapman usually NWV4\ Sec. 3i; Tp 6 S. 11. '
Chiropractic many that were pro- president Stonewall Chapter, Lake Acres 22 E.. 121 CUT OUTS AND TIES
tests a little on the cream and if
nounced incurable. In the art of healing, CHIROPRAC City; Mrs. Jas. G. Gary, Mrs. Lillle it Is too hard she adds 1 The taxes to be sold are evidenced I NEW SHIPMENT OF $2.25;
TIC is equal to any and superior to many. L. SummerUl, Mrs. O. G. Husband, simply by certificate" Xo 886 of 1933?
tablespoon of water and lets it and represent unpaid taxes for the PRESIDENT
Mrs. A. E. Parler, Mrs. Jullen boil up once'more.. years 1932 to 19:11I.: both Inclusive, '' SPORT SHIRTS AND
Rodgers, Mrs. S. M. Copeland, amounting to $22.98.
ALSO: NE'4 o* NEVi of S\V14 Sec. SLACKS TO MATCH\
Mrs. J. W. Mathews, Mrs. H. M 22 I WORK
Tp. 6 S. R 22 E., 10 Acres. SHIRTS
DR. C. W. JONES, Sinnott, Mrs. George A. Wood, all Mrs. I. II. Blasingame The taxes to be sold are evidenced $2.19 to $3.93 per Suit

Starke Hotel of Jacksonville. Is Interesting ReviewerAt of 1931 by certificate and 1033: ; Nos. 306 and 1030 I
Starke, Fla. Book Club represent unpaid taxes respectively for the ,years and 7 Button Front, Full-cut Spring shades wrinkle!

W. M. S. WelcomesTwo 1930 to to $33.84.ALSO 1939 .both Inclusive amounting Double Shoulders. No proofBOTANY

Mrs. I. H. Blas,ngame was the : Lots 6, 7 of Blh 18
Now MembersThe !' Llv- Starch-Will out TIES
Jl charming and interesting reviewerat I ingston! Truhy Ou-a Addition to wear any
Woman's Missionary Socie- Srne> In Wax! of NK* :lBC' 28 Tl Rival
the regular meeting of the 6 22 E. $1.00 The World her

MEN'S SUMMER ty of the Methodist church met Book Club on Tuesday night held The taxes to be Hold are evidenced -
,
Monday afternoon at the church, by certificate No.*. 475 and ll15 WE
at the home of and CLOSE THURSDAY
Judge Mrs. A of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and AFTERNOON, AS WE
and had for their program sub- Z. Adklns. She was introducedby represent unpaid taxes for the SIGNED THE PETITION
SUITS ject "Broadening Horizons in the Miss Gertrude Heering of Green :' amounting years 1929 to to 1939. both Inclusive, j WE FEEL OBLIGATED
Rural 4068. TO STICK TO OUR WORD
Community. Cove Springs, chairman of the ALSO: Blk 2, s:. 8. Matthews Ad .i
Mrs. T. J Griffin had charge of club. Reviewing the fascinatingnovel -
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$10.00 value for the program and the opening ------ ------ ----------- -
$8.95 "Rebecca" by Daphne du ----
prayer was made by Mrs. A. Maurler, she held the attention of

$7.00 value for ___ $5.75 Wood. Scripture reading and the well attended meeting for

meditation was given by Miss CARRADINE & PEELE
over an hour.
;:s ? $8.50 value for __ $6.75 Amelia Ray, and Mrs. Griffin was Mrs. Blasingame began her review -

assisted In presenting the programby John Clair Minot's
: by giving
K $15.00 value for __ $11.75MEN'S Mrs. K. K. Perryman, Mrs. Ira opinion of the book, stating that

I*. Shepherd and Mrs. F. H. Long.In "Rebecca" has a brilliantly creat- LAWTEY FLORIDA

the absence of the president, ed atmosphere of suspense; it Is .
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the business
session was presidedover ------------ .
a novel that is deeply concerned ---------------(

by the vice-president Mrs. with the Inner workings of the We cordially invite you to come in Friday Saturday and Mon
41
SPORT SUITS Long. The Society was pleasedto minds of men and women. ,

w welcome two new members, The principal setting is the great day and enjoy the return of good prices to Lawtey. We particu

9' All New Mrs. Ira P. Shepherd and Mrs. Cornwall estate of larly want to call
Styles & Patterns Manderley, one your attention to our meat department which we
Frank W Lee.
of the most famous country houses feel
is
e The circles will meet again June unsurpassed in service cleanliness will
We
In England. Rebecca, its glamorous and quality.
$1.95 to $3.95 per suit 5th. Circle Number One will be mistress has been dead for appreciate
your coming to see us -whether need
entertained by :Dins! L. D. Green eight months when the story opens of or not you are in

--- -- and Mrs. A. F. Sauls, at the homeof -drowned in a sailing acci- supplies. _

the former. Circle Number dent. But the of _
through eyes
Two will be entertained by Mrs. Maxim de Winter's and SPECIALS for Friday Saturday 22
BOYS' SUITS A. .Z. Adkins. frightened second wife young the reader Monday, May 19, 20, _


$7.50 value suits comes to know Rebecca from the MEA L 10 Jbs.
$6.50 tall and sloping "R" with which 18c GRITS 10 Ibs. 20c

$5.95 value suits $4.95 s TAKING A TRIP? she signed her name, to the way ,

d __ __ she organized the magnificent an- RICE
.. nual costume ball that was attended 51bs. 17c k
Assorted Light and Dark J by the whole -countryside SALT2Pkgs.



. BOYS'Patterns PANTS t w Ae PROTECT WITH YOURSELF A drawn There Blasingame.Mrs.are characters Blasingame dozens, continued of brought" superbly Mrs out P. H. LA R D, lb. 9c TALL MILK, can 5c



Sizes 6 to 18 TRAVELER'SINSURANCE the fact that the novel is unusualIn Pineapple No. 2
e Vf that it is told in the first person can I IQc SUGAR 5 Ibs. 23c

Only 98cBoys' ; by some one who is nameless ,


White. Duck Pants- TICKET characters that throughout even though is the dead entire one of she book the held main and a Navy Beans, 5 Ibs. 19c Pure Ground Coffee Ib.lOc!


98c pairBoys' tremendous Influence on the lives

of those In Manderley. In fact, G. N. Beans 5 Ibs.
22c No. 2 TOMATOES
Sport Suits =1 Pays up to Rebecca although dead, is very ... canj
much like soul stated the ----- ,
a living -- ..
$1.49 to $1.79 -- -i [----- II _,__ i


-- -- .- $5,000 reviewer.Showin du Maurier's superb
MEAT
choice of words and beautiful descriptions DEPARTMENT

This store will remain open all day Thurs- Mrs. Blasingame impressively -
for accidental death loss
or read important pass- ---- __f
day each week until June 1st for the con- of hands or feet ages from time to time In tellingthe Ib. KINULKSS. IUIKAKKAST -

venience of our many friends and customers Varying amounts for story. Possessing a charming Hamburger, lOc
B
reading voice, she made the ACONIb.25c

who live in the country.It other injuries scenes most relaetlc and held her

listeners spellbound throughout the Neck Bones 3 Ibs. 25cPicnic

is aim and desire review ,
our to please our cus- Following the review Mrs. L. D. Country Roll ButterIb.27c

tomers and make Vining, chairman of Education of
everything just as con- COSTS 25c per dayor Hams lb. 19c
he Woman's thanked Mrs.
Club
,
venient and satisfactory as possible forthem. Blasingame for giving her review PORK PIG TAILS 2 Ibs.25c]

and thanked all those who helped ,

I 10 Days __________ $2.00 In making the club year so successful -

Mrs. Vining also an- Chitterlings 3lbs. 25c MANY OTHER SPECIAL

'15 Days ________ __ $2.75 nounced that this meeting was the .


Alexander & Co. f last Notice one-of to-MeetingThe be held. :this club year.I| FRESH! DRESSED) HENS 2 r npr Jh. F YERS 251' J .


Johns & Wainwright I Woodman Circle will meet ---

L. B. ALEXANDER Owner Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in the : See Us Kill Them C
1 No
Phone 13 Starke Fla. Woodmen hall. All members are I ... rtYe f for Dressin(

I urged to attend.
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'10' 1930 __ __________ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGUArn. STAK.KE. PAGE FIVE
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.-- I Representative George Dims I| b8'. and Mrs. W -r.-; Walnwrlght E. L.; Middleton and daughteMarjorie I,I Mrs C. A. Knight spent last I and |pen and Ink.
.
and John Inman of Tullahasaee and family of Tallahassee spent I Sue, of Jacksonville and I week-end In Callahan with her I II Anyone* Cot \1i"hlllM'! : to.llf'.I.tiiki't r LUHMIAfioll ,lnlj,., lt

i spent the week-end hers with re I! the week-end at their summer' Mr. and bfa. G. K. Middleton of I mother Mrs James Shepard and I II file In tho ,>frt< <. at

Bits of ii latives. home on Klngsley Lake. Gainesville were guests Sunday of I her brother-ln-lnw and sister Mr. nn tea*which! two exninlnatlonn weeks prior bcftln to (hi :Thl"dots

i I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. hand Mrs J. E. Powell. Mrs. In n..i..'"y.i'.II..ln order to ffth(' ( .>

Miss Dorothy Sapp of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson '" Knight was accompanied home office""" per lime Colts.trt Npctiru ( icrlli,* nnd f

spent the week-end herewith and Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan Darby Mis. J.. H. Ritch of Jacksonville Sunday by Mra. Shepard who will A. ./ (JrlfflB. County Mupi' i i m''Kiutont
CftI Nev her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.I visited the Ravine Gardens in has returned to her home after: spend some time here. 5-l't ii\ : i*

B. Sapp. Palatka Sunday afternoon. 'spending several' days here as the i
I OIIDRU: 01" .'. 'U.If"'IO"l tin
AND I guest of her son-in-law! ancUdaugh- Mr and Mrs. W. H. Nollman of \""O"'If''K TO .crrFUt

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS Mrs. H. C. Richard and brother, I' Mr. and Mrs V. D. Harrell and ter, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr. :1 i I, Sebring are spending a few days 'J'''otrtrn-on.. lint 00'll:Kli.rliln llontu lot IC.r.Knaiil..... ,.,<..1.-.

OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN Charles Darby, of Palatka, were { children were guests Sunday I of here with Mrs. Nollmair'a mother hnra PrnnnyH....1.'

PROGRESS guests last Thursday of Mrs. A. Mrs. George A. Taylor and son, I Mrs. W. C. Carr, Mrs. C. I L. Mrs. Sara L. Hamrick. Mrs You, ar. hereby notified thus' k tiAnderson \
Hooker and Mrs. Wilson all I of Hamrick will return to Scbrlng UN plaintiff halO lIuly riledhis
M. Darby. Billy, at Magnesia Springs I|I hill of of roniplnlnt against youPannlo
Gainesville were visitors here I with them for a short visit and go Stevenson/ a widow ant II
and while here attended. then to Miami for a visit with her (' ItoliliH. David (j toss and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs Mrs. Stanley Bennett, who has Mrs Niram Wynn and daughter Monday )(,,\ hi (t. Ross, an defendant, and
spent Wed- W. M. S., at the Baptist; cousin, Mrs. Glen Waters.Mr. .
A Stern the local thlll affidavit for the Issuance ofthin (
IS. W Sunday in Perry as guests tlpent'l, I been taking a beauty course I in Dora Mae, are spending the Church.Mr. order. him peen duly filed all
Jacksonville week with Mrs. sister-in- In NS1 In the Circuit Court oflimdfiird
!a'f In and Mrs. Al Lawrence. Jacksonville has returned to her Wynn's and Mrs. W. L. Edwards onxe, County Florida In Chan*
home here. law Mrs. Flora B. McKinney.
.
"'; AdkinS Is visiting re- and Mrs. Tolbert Black arson and daughter, Fredricka. Mrs. r.ry.; the relief sought In nail null i
hole IH the forerluMure of mortgage dated
this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Paul of of were Frank G. Bnuknlght and daughter,
111I Jacksonville Jimmy Macclenny 11".mh..r 17, 19,16 against the
In Mrs. C. W. Chalker and :Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova and I
Miami are guests of Mr. and Mrs. son, 'guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. T. Jane Merrill all of Jacksonville, following described. land. xHintedIn !
John are this week I children of Jacksonville were Hrndford County Florida, to.
spending in '
DeLand J. J. Zeigler at Theresaa. 'N. remained I to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page and
Kendrick.
Strickland of guests Sunday of :Mrs. Canova's Jimmy I wit W<, of NWi\ of Section 18.
oward Mlddleburg: as guests of Mrs. G. his and Martin and Ku of Section II, all
Wednesday. the week-end with sons Hilly of Lake
spend ri.E1/1 l.
visitor here and Mrs. N. J. Keene and A. Chalker. mother, Mrs P. E. Canova, Sr. In 7'p| ft H. an it flrwf. and :
6 Mr. I City were weekend guests of Mr. .
I i grandparents ,prior lien thereon; and yon i FnnnU
.
the week- family were guests Sunday of and Mrs. W. II. Struth and Miss I.. Stevpnmin a widow, are hereby
* \K Peek spent Mrs. O. E. Boles In Gainesville. Mrs. J. F. Howell and young son i Mrs. H. C. Maxwell left yesterday Kate 'required to appear In said cause i
with relatives Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza anlll I Struth. nn June IA, A. l 11. 19.10, otherwise .
Jacksonville Danny of Olustec were guests to attend the school of instruction
III Mills Gloria Johns nlleRatloim of weld bill nf cV>mplulnt -
Clifford
,
of son 1 1I I will ha taken '...... l i
Thursday Misses Ruth and for Eastern Star, being aa rOil e<
Mrs Frank Rob- Miss Eva Rigdon attended the I and Tommy Ritch, of Jacksonville, 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huford and by you; Bradford County TelvRrraphI .
and
Edith .
,. Rowe.T. .
Rev Tuesday In Jackson- opening of the Shorty Elite Club I held In Ocala through Sunday.Mrs. spent Mother's Day here with Mr. family had as guests Sunday Mr. I deHlirnated.' aa the news 'spar for I
.
I
the due publication of MM orderonce
spent in Jacksonville Saturday night. and Mrs. 'r. J. Griffin and Mra. and Mrs. M. L. Jordan and daughter each week for four connecutlveweekN
A. Mathews formerly of Titus Olsen left Thursdayof .
Carrie Rltch. Shirley Jane, and Mra. George
Highland City is now making his last week for a two-week stay i Witness my hand and ofriilnl. Heal ,
Lowena. all of Jacksonville.
Sewell and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Box were Don nl Sinrke Florida thin May 18, 1939.OPPICIAr. \ .
W, B home in Starke with his J. with her :Mr. And Mra.
r. son, parents
.
,
of
who ( HKAL1 J
Jack onvUle A Thomas
In Jackson- Friends of Cecil Thomas, Stilley was a weekend
ri spent Tuesday supper guests of Mr. Box' brother, t), Mathews. Geo. F. Lilley in Olmstead, 111. Clerk i>f Circuit Court of Ilradford
confined St. Vincent'sI guest, and Mrs. Alice Jones
John Box, in Mlddleburg Sunday.Mr. I has been to County. Florida
Inman, I Hospital in Jacksonville suffering of Jacksonville arrived Sundayfor K n IK In & Knight Ntnike Florida.AtturneyH .
--- Billy\ Long, a student at the Representative George for plaintiff' 11-19 41 6-0
to. R. Wltkovskl spent last and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr.. University of Florida, spent the attending the present session of from a broken back will returned be gladto this an extended visit. .-.-

Inday In Jacksonville visiting of Jacksonville were guests Sunday week-end here with his mother, I the Florida Legislature spent the learn that he has Mrs. James Godbuld ,and son

!LdL of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Mrs. F. H. Ltll'g, 1 week-end here with his family. home here. James, Jr., and Mrs. Gotbold.! Sr.

I I of Jacksonville, were guests Sun Five HAZARDS

uperintendent- A. J. Grills Mrs. J. B. Mills and children of J. L. Gentry, manager of the Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Miss Lucille County School SuperintendentA. day of Mrs W. S. Stroman and !
Grlffls and B. II. S. Principal 'ACc3DENTtU
J.
Mitchell Mrs S. F. Hamrick and OLD AGL
/Monday In Jacksonville on Green Cove Springs were guests State Farmers' Market here spent Mrs. S. S. Dowling. Mrs Stro-
Williams made a trip to Tallahassee
E. L.
Wed :
Mrs. W. Nollman
!. Wednesday of Mrs. E. M. Thomas. the week-end at his former homein H. spent of man accompanied the party backto TOTAL DISA9lLiTYSICKNESS
ness.Ir in the interest
in Gainesvlle. Tuesday '
Sumter, S C. nesday afternoon (herwaa Jacksonville and Is spending: : DUAI11' I
the schools. Accompanying
,, and Mrs. Jack Williams Mrs. A. G. Cuff of Jacksonville the week with her aon-ln-lnw and (
Ernest Byrd. I II
business visitors In Miami the Sunday of her Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of Mr. and ]Mrs Lacy Rigdon and I I daughter Mr. and Dire fJoUboM.
( was guest par-
of
Jacksonville
family were guests .
!
week. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rogers. Palatka were guests Sunday of Wednesday night of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. K. E Canova had as guests \U'I'I4': (sr '.'..1**'1110:KM I I 6'rA.M '1 a+Mrt.wIL1IFOl.IC
Mrs. Varnedoe's Mr. and '.'
parents HMN(; \ .0"
F. A. Can-
Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva Rigdon. Sunday Teachers exnmlnutlonii, will C, \' i
Va. IHInIll 'VI.I.ltt'III'Y
of Richmond Mrs. W. P. Smith.
A.Rennolds Mr. and Mrs. A R. McGuire of and Mrs. J. .
ova and children, Mr. 1 In' the Urn..r"'d. 1'0lUlly IlluhSchool
arrive Saturday to spend the Jacksonville spent the week-end I Mrs. R. E. Matthews of Lnwtey; J. Canova and children all of Tliiirmtuy, Friday Hnlurilny. : I U'U'UU' IJfc Insurance ('. IIII -
Jiini' lit' 2n
sad 3rd
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of and here here with Mrs Florrle McKinney. and Mrs. C. A. Darley of Columbus Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Q. I (tile. i iin from H to 12: and from Ito : I pang of .'1tt. hurKI'

'tin> -Inman-of.Tallahasse spent Mr. and Mrs. D. B. White and I of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.were J.week-end J. Rigdon guests and Georgia, were guests Tuesday L. Patten of Tallahassee.Mrs. I I i :III 1.: prepared Al) opiilloiiiitM: with IcKitl lira Cap asked|>ninr to
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ncweom -
week-end In Starke with :Miss Mina Manassa were visiting Miss Eva Rigdon. I J. I 1C. Thomas and daughterJoan .
in Fernandina last Thursday
friends
dt and relatives. of Daytona Beach were
Mrs. R. E. Mundorf and Miss
Friends of J. B. Rowe County guests Tuesday of Mrs. K M
11.// L Peek Is spending Evelyn Mundorf of St. Petersburgwere ; .
Jailor, will be glad to know that Thomas and Mr. and Mrs A. JWllkernon.
e time in West Palm Beach Mrs. L. L. Roan of Jacksonvilleis week-end guests of Mr. and. he is again able to attend to Ills Joan remained for i a Tip Top GroceryI
i her mother. the guest of her brotherinlawand Mrs. A. H. Johns. grandmotherMr. I
visit with her
sister, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. duties after several.. days of Ill longer

Adkins. Mrs. Rosa Duncan of Lake But ness. I II
and Mra. J. C. Garner and

A ler was the guest Sunday of hereon I Miss Edith Rowe returned to son, J. C. Jr., who have for the I MARKET
Garnita Hutto left Mondayto and daughter-in-law, Mr. and I
Miss
'
( COLLEGEEDUCATION I her home here Sunday after spend past three years had an apartment
spend two weeks in Columbia, Mrs. K. G. Duncan. II ing several days in Lake City aa at the home of Mrs. F. H. Long SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAYMAY
S. C., with her sister. Miss Caro-
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James have moved this week to Alachuit
It ntlmiied' to IK worth lyn Hutto. She was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and Hair. where Mr. Garner Is. now employed. 19 & 20, 1939
Jacksonville by her have this week moved to
1150.000. Tbotuud. 01 far.uRhted as far as family .. .
--- -- -- -- --- --- ------ -
parrots art ftMuring mother, Mrs. L. S. Hutto. their home on Klnksley Lake for

the. .tducinoa childm Ihrougb and amp th*_ofttmr the summer months. I Mr.Kenneth and Mrs.Pergola Charles, Mr.Pergolaand and Mrs. G II. Bennett spent the Celery each 7!/ Lettuce each 9c
cl|
for and June only
liance/ / Educator A Special May Mrs. Karl Florees were guests weekend In Jacksonville( with her ? ,
Policyrs.sreawsrn.war 3 Easel Folder Photos, size 3 Miss Abbie Holden of Jacksonville Sunday of Mr. and Mrs H. H. Kon-ln-luw and daughter, Mr. and _
by 8 Inches and 1 9 by 11 Large State mnnnger of the Woodmen Mrs Randolph Boree. She was
Young.Mr.
ROW) C. WALL, Agency Hand Colored Framed Photo, all I Circle was guest of Mrs. L. accompanied home by Mr and. NEW UI1ITK IIAMTINOS!

here Life Insurance Company for $3.75. I S. Hutto Saturday and Mr4.'\;tl. A. Lawson and Mrs. Boree who spent Mother' NO.1 1 POTATOES 10 Ibs. 15c 1 :
Studio, I.
of I'ltlslmrg Hoover Itro Mae Jones of Jacksonville family spent the week-end In Day here. j
Starke, Fla. j Mrs. I
.. Auburndale as guests of Mr. Law-
---- : Wednesday of her
was the guest son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Charles William Chalker. al,
brother-ln-law and sister, Dr. and. Lawson. student of Tho Citadel In Charleston Fresh Pineapples each 7c

NAT SEZ: i I Mrs. W. E. Middleton. S. C., will arrive the latter I ,

i The New River Association of pact of next week to spend his
Have you ever been In Callahan Mrs Bynum Perkins left Tuesday the Baptist W. M. U., will meet vacation with his mother Mrs. C '

;' on Sunday? I don't suppose! you I on a tip IIItbulI'.. :. 'Georgia, I I for a quarterly rally on Saturday, I W. Chalker, *and grandmother 'i Beautiful Bananas 4 Ibs. 15c
of have visit hiM, f.ith'T' I A Maclion-
have. In fact, some! ;you I to I May 27, at the Baptist Church In Mrs A. M. Darby. ,
heard of the place. aid, who hust\ >en confined to I a .
never even -- ---- -
d Well anyway that is what Starke I hospital 'hen.' ince the first of i Lawtey.W. The many friends of Van H I

+ looks like on Thursday afternoon the yea I with broken hip. H. Newmim, C. II. Newsom Garden will be glad to learn that Roasting Peanuts 2 Ibs. 15c

I in tho summer time when all the ---- and Miss Hazel Newsom all of he In home and convalescing after, ,

bualncMH house are close For St. Petersburg were week-end two weeks spent In St. Luke's I __ __ __ _

;years' It has been the custom In guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hospital In Jacksonville where he I l2c
Starke and other Florida towns to Newsom. underwent an operation for the re LEMONS Dozen --- Juicy
uinnlioiWANTKII I IIIhE
Rive the clerks a "half holiday on moval of the appendix.Mr. ,

Thursday afternoon during the Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs. L. -.-
Hummer months. If ;you were a A. Rennold spent Tuesday in Tallahassee and Mrs. C. H Nusworthy FHKSII COPNTKV; ROLL WISCONSIN

clerk In a store I'm Mire that you f OH guests of Senator and were guests Sunday of Mr. and

would appreciate this little rest 5UBr Airs. C. E. John and Miss Georgia Mrs. H.: II. Gertner in Gainesville. BUTTER CHEESE

too, so let's all do our shopping Haynes.
Curly Thursday morning or else. Mrs O. J. Griffin and Owen W.

wait till Friday TO BUY COWS and Mr. and Mr D. R. Shatter, of Griffin of St. Augustine were found found

hogs. Market prices paid on !all I Winter Park were guests the I guests Sunday of Mrs. Grlffln'a I

grades. J. D ODOM, box 247, first of the week of their aon-in- daughter, Mrs K. L. Biggs. 25c 17c

I Starke Fla 3.31-lyr.l I law. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.S. --
lot SpecialsALL I A. Weldon. Mrs. Florie Wills and Mrs Sallie -
I FOR SALE THREE LOWPRICED ---" -- TlHon had as guests Sunday NKW; :MAID) COIJEN AGE
LOTS. Good
BUILDING
.
I Mrs. Julia Eastman, Mrs. H. A. afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W.V.
Road 28.
I residential locution on Florida. Lawson and daughter, Elizabeth, Carter and non of Lakeland, Mr MargarinePound Macaroni
Write box 461 Starke and Mrs. C. H. Register' of Lake und Mrs C. I' Tison and Mrs

WHILE THEY LAST I ltd Butler spent last Thursday In Jennie Tiaon and Mr. and Mrs ,
I Jacksonville\ lOc 5c ;
FOR SALE-Attractive home In Jacksonville. Pate Dekle, of Package

69c 1 desirable location In Starke. -- _. '
D RUID I 8tx90 -- very Payments like rent. Apply this Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and

74c week to Mrs. W. H. Noll man, Tallahassee, Miss Martha Shank Mra. L. S. Dlnklna attended an Best White Bacon pound 10yc, j:
81x99 .
.
Starke. It and A. E. Wall of Jacksonville operetta presented by the Jacksonville ,

SHEETS were guests Sunday of Mr and Choral Guild in Jacksonville I

[ 81x108 88c FOR SALE Two beautiful lots, Mr. W. L. Wall. Monday night. John II.

each fronting 105: feet by 500 Powell of Starke had an Important Best Smoked Bacon pound 14c

LIMITED QUANTITY -- feet back on Little Santa Fe Mrs. S. P Vandivlere and son, I part In thin entertainment. ,

Lake directly south of my Pitner, returned Saturday from

RUID PART LINENTOWLING camp. Two dollars per front In Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs L C. Zeigler ofdlaml.
Hospital
SHEETING St. Luke's

81 INCHES foot. R. A. Weeks, Brooker. 2tp .where Pitner underwent an I ler of. Gainesvlll Mr. and Mrs, Mr K. and G Zelg-Mrs l Swifts Prem. Milk, 2 small cans 5c 1 I

WIDE FOR SALK--40 Acres with over operation on his eye.
,ched, with W. T. Zeigler and children of
White and some lake frontage ideal
Unbleached 1000 feet
..
I
RC
and Mrs
Colored Borders site. $200 cash. 67 Judge and Mr*. A. Z. Adkins 'Jacksonville and Mr.
27 c 25c Special price for camp with over 1000 feet lake had aa weekend guests Mr. and :. Dumpier of Starke were guests FANCY III.UE HOSERICE JKWKI; COM.:
acres
Lake nice I of Leeaburg, Mr. I Sunday "of Mr. and Mrs. J J.
frontage on Smith Mra. Fred Guy
. "HANES 6c yard beach $370 terms. 20 acres and Mra. L L Roane and two Zeigler at Therf' ltl1.I LARD5lbs.15c

with lake frontage 1200 ca h. sons, of Jacksonville. I

|HIRTS & MEN'S and HOYS' I Inquire H. R. Lawrence, Keystone I Little Mary Sue Mrs.Epperson W JEpperson .,
and
SHORTS and daughter of Mr
Heights, Florida tf Mr. and Mra. A. I. Spencer
Pound 9c
SHORTSSwiss celebrated her third
SHIRTS & Mlsaes Katie and Ruby Fugate of ,
A C3c:) Value unfur- last Wednesday
shirts and FOR RENT-furnished or Jacksonville were guests Sundayof birthday anniversary
ribbed apartment, with and by spending the day In
nished lower Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley
_25c each fast color shorts private entrance living room, Miss Virginia Fugate. Jacksonville with her grandmother No. 2 1.2 Can Table Peaches 12'/ic'

15c each kitchen and sleeping porch. Al- Mrs. R. L. Richard, and

SANFORIZEDWORK so an upstairs apartment. Mrs Mra. O. H. Blaalngame of Augusta great grandfather and great TIIKKK DIAMONO: BRAND HUCKI

SPECIAL 36 INCH F. H. Long, 403 N. Walnut St. Ga., baa returned to her grandmother, Mr. and Mra. R. T. PINEAPPLE, No. 2 size can lOc
PANTS Itp home after a visit here with heron Richard.: Mary Sue waa accompanied .

D For Men BROADCLOTHLustrious dark-Hided Jersey milk and daughter-in-law Mr. and to Jacksonville by her I Country Kist Peas of Corn, 3 for.2Sc
A
light and LOST- Mra. I. II. BlasUigame. mother.
finish
$1.00 cow. with tips of horns sawed COOKING OIL Gallon 69c
dark colors ,
bell
Has halter and on. Rennolds! left Thursday -
off Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and Mrs. L. A.
A REAl. VALUE lOc yardIT Left home May 4th. If aeen or two children of Jacksonville were'eekend for Tampa to visit her niece, ImUU"ORU C'OVNTVHomeMade

heard of please notify J. E. Ad- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr*. Avis Mansfll. who recently Pure Lard Can $3.75
REWARD.2tp ,
PAYS TO BUY AT kina Hampton Fla. G.I A. Anderson at their summer underwent a major operation.

5-19 home on Klngxley Lake. I From Tampa Mrs Rennolda will Farris Pure Lard, Can $3.40
to Lakeland to attend the wed-
-- ---- pr
black spot- ----- -
LOST ted wood Black-headed cow marked crop- Mra. O. Haynes and Mrs Bertha din/? of Miss Edna Alderman and SNAPPED CORN, 100 lb. Bag $1.10

Branded FW Pearco left today on a trip to Robert f; Lee of Atlanta, Ca 1 I

+, Crumpled spilt In each d horn ear If found writ i J to aU'-ml tho fro Reanol: will be ac,.>mpanledan Peanut Hay & Molasses, 100 lb. Bag $1.05L"
niec far as Plant City by MinaHazel
W E Griffia, Lawtcy Florida. marriaga<< of Mr Pcar<:c' ,

REWARD. 2tp 5-19,I ?*n.-n 'ren3 Thomas, there. Moore.



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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, !STARKE! FLORIDA FRm.h1 \\
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SMITH FAMILY LARGEST IN U. S. Delray CITY Is n"gRt" pay-
Beach I'' ,

I FARMERS SECTIONNOTES I IT IS FINALLY PROVEDThe LIVE STATE NEWSI ceedlngs ray Beach undnBankruptcy win: ,,,'J le/al t afI p

Social Security Board has. with S. In second place Is M., PARAGRAPHS .llUIIlcl,
Art
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS I ,FACTS IN SHORT ?>i ,.
selected the "first families" and
fifty In third B. I I States Immedl ,t'\ \h t'nl

in the United States-not the.' After the six most common L -I l step in refund. 'I; .. hplld n
wealthiest, but the most numerous the others in the first 50 :
names, BRIDGE KK-OPENKU; WATER CLAIMS: REJECTED of the city. cu\ d
m; Jflnt*for th* RURAL on its rolls of workers havingold rank as follows: I St. Augustine. --- The Matanzas Tallahassee-The claim of eight W. Nowlin HUH, ,'.\ ''rn.y J.t,

Household[ age Insurance acounts. Davis, Anderson, Wilson Tay- Inlet Bridge at St. Augustine re counties that their areas should I Nowlin hopes i to, ". ""'' '

COMMON SENSEBy The Smiths, 418,000 strong, lor, Thomas, Moore White. Mar opened last week after completion extend across nine miles of open I within ten days ,?'"oJ',, the <
'
head the list. The JOhnson,, tin, Thompson Jackson Harris, to them a bigger "" 'n' II 1
of extensive repairs made necessary sea, so as give necessary legal I9t"p', ,, ,
MORE WAYS TO USE FRUITS SPUDS JOHNSON Browns, Will lam.ses, Millers, and Lewis, Allen, Hall, Green, Robinson by a serious fire a month share of the State gasoline tax: Before suit can i h,. In,to ''k

Joneses follow In order. Baker- King, Nelson, Adams, ago. The State Road Departmentsaid was rejected May 12 by the Sup- agreement must i I" 'n.tltule4,, ,,
Peach Dumpling Approximately 10 per cent of Roberts, Phillips, Evans, Turner, "?.*InK.!
to Court. Had they won, it the ,
FLORIDA NEEDS SERVICE about $25,000 was spent preme jtween city .,? Fill the baking dish with can OF NEW GRADUATES FROM the 43,900,000 account numbers Rogers, Edwards, Bell, Bailey, I put the structure back In use. would have given them $500,000more I the bondholders A ,,'n"Jorit) >'

ned or fresh peaches, sweeten to AGRICULTURAL COLLEGEIt assigned under the old age Insurance Fisher, Bennett, Butler, Foster, .-- under the 1931 gas tax: law I already been rearhi TwHh'", '

taste. Cover with baking: powder system are held by workers Walker, James' Cohen, Jenkins, and would have opened the way I owning two-thirds ,,,
biscuit crust rolled to 1-2 Inch with one of the 50 names. Ellis, Jordan Burke, Brooks, John NEW FSA OFFICE for 12 other coastal counties to 'bonds. Therefore "I, ?? re !
will be only a short while before M i II,
thickness This dish may be The records show that more ston, Elliott, Black, Nichols, and Macclenny-The Farm Security claim about $600,000 in addition I taken to step81G
either baked or steamed. Serve another group of young men than 10 per cent of all the Workers Owens (last two tied for 50th Administration has opened offices Their areas were determined after I funding as complei the cltv'
approv. 01 i
receive their from the have a last name I In the Knabb building In in the
with hard sauce or cream. diplomas beginning place) handle farm loansto the 1931 allocation law was pass in an election In r.h, vo

Blackberries, huckleberries or University of Florida College of Macclenny farmers to of Baker, Duval and ed and did not include the portionof consist mostly in ca, vingl',

other fruits may be used In the Agriculture and go back to the FARM NEWS CONVICTS TO GO Nassau Counties. Mr. Wilmot L. the Gulf that Is part of Florida's legal ,and mechanical ,i.t.n..-. ....

same way. farm or to other places where County domain. -.- -

Maxwell has been appointed
OVER THE STATESELL WITHOUT STRIPES
For biscuits, use: 2 cups flour; they will put Into practice the Supervisor for Baker County. .-- NEGRO ELECTKOCCTB( :
4 teaspoons baking powder, 3-4 RaifordJohnn
BRIDGE TO BE FREE smith
things they have learned In four WORTH Tallahassee -The black and *> was put to ae
teaspoon salt; 4 tablespoon short $175.000 HOGS Tallahassee, The St. Johns death u, :the elec
ening; 3-4 cup milk. years of college. Thenton-Farmers of this sec white striped convict uniform has WORK TO BEGIN River bridge at Jacksonville, over chair at the State |'ilson, F'

Mix; and sift together dry Ingredients. They will leave college at a tion sold $175,000 worth of fat been abolished by the State Cabinet Arcadia.-A new WPA appropriation which flows most of the tourist May 2 for the holdup ,u.).
time when Florida Is hogs through the Gulf for labor on Adcadlatalivestock several months ,
Work In fat with fin agriculture Cooperative traffic bound for the Florida East ag< lIt i Sam Jo
gers until consistency of meal. Add In depressing need of their services Marketing Association here In the future grey uniforms market-the WPA Coast, will become toll-free next another negro near. t'ero ge

milk, mix lightly, turn onto floured and without doubt they as a during the 1938-39 season which with a single black stripe on "skeleton In the closet" In these January 1. Arthur B. Hale, chair Sheriff W. W. Frtrk of ]In

board, knead lightly roll out to group, will contribute much to the ended recently, according to A S. trouser leg and sleeve will be issued parts-has been granted and workIs man of the State Road Depart River County threw 'h* 8\\1k

1-2 inch thickness. Improvement and development of Laird, Gilchrest County agent. to State prisoners as their expected to be resumed soon, ment, announced to a group of officials 8:44: A. M.: and Smith. who|,
our rural life. old black and white garb wears the DeSoto County Chamber of In his early twenty was
Fruit SaladA from the East Coast. The
fruit salad Is one of the most Once in the field, these young': PLANT CORN FOR SILAGE out. commerce learned at Its regular delegation thanked Hale and Governor nounced dead four minutes I I.
meeting Monday night. The
men will be called on to do their Agriculture Nathan execution, originally
Jacksonville Duval
attractive features of the menu.It County Secretary Cone for making it possibleto set
Is also a means of getting fruit part toward solving farm problems farmers have planted 2,000 acres Mayo, head of the prison system, .- remove the tolls a year earlier Monday but postpon. ti 'untu
2
into the diet. and improving crops, stock, of corn for silage this season, recommended discontinuation of 800 TO ATTEND than had been expected. Another by Superintendent L F C

and living conditions. Florida County Agent Albert Lawton re the "unsightly stripes." No extra Gainesville, More than 800 bridge is being erected a short distance man, to permit the Pardon B,

Some suggested combinations are needs their help in such matters ports. expense will be Involved, he said, rural boys and girls will attend from the present span. Toll to pass on a plea fit stay cf

apple celery, and nuts; banana as marketing and production of because as uniforms are needed annual 4-H club short courses tc money has been allocated to help' ecution. The board tented a

and nut; pear or peach, with cot high quality fruits, vegetables, SEA ISLAND IN WALTON the grey style will be bought in- be held at the University of Florida pay for the $1,500.000 bridge. Hale the following day Gov PR
,
tage of cream cheese:; pineapplewith and other crops and Improving tead of black and white stripes. and the Florida State Collegefor said the State Road Department Cone, a member r lIt> the i bo
DeFuniak Springs, Walton
nuts and cottage cheese; beef cattle, hogs, and dairy cat County farmers have planted "Grey Is Just as safe," said Women in Tallahassee within assumed about $175.000 of the commented "That was, one of

pineapple and celery; jellied fruit; tle. Briefly, they will be expectedto 300 acres of Sea approximately Island Mayo, "because nine times out of the next two weeks, A. P. Spencer, cost that otherwise would be paid most cold-blooded murders in
stuffed tomato; and grapefruit State of
make definite contributions to vice-director of the State Agricultural Florida. That old
cotton this season, accordingto 10 when a man runs away he has from the tolls. o'
and orange. the economic and social welfareof County Agent Mitchell Wll- already prepared for a change of Extension Service, said today was waylaid" and killed for
Salad Dressing rural people. clothes." money.
klns. SEEK SEAI'LANE BASE -
For fruit salads, French dress Florida agriculture has progressed Mayo surmised that the black .- --
I, .
ing, cooked salad dressing and steadily, but there is much and white striped uniform, had ABOLISHMENTS 1t. q1T1'STEUTallahall8eeA : St. Augustine, Herbert C. WATERMELON: I'KSTIVAl

fruit salad dressings are favoritesas more room for improvement and, UNION'S CROPS DEVELOPINGLake been the badge of penal servitudeIn bill to abolish I Whitney State director of aviation Leesburg--Many and(! varied

well as mayonnaise. because of the continually developing Butler,-Union County's Florida since the inception of the town of Longwood In Semi-I and Dewey Cole, assistant director the plans for the Ft. ,Ida Wa

Three-Minute Mayonnaise complexities of farming, planting season was very favor an official prison system and said nole County was introduced today flew to St. Augustine last melon festival that will open

Requirements: 1 teaspoon salt; there will always be room ion able and crops are reported to be that it had been a cause of criti by Representatives Lehman and' week from Orlando for a confer Leesburg on May 24tli with a i
improvement. This Improvementmust In fine condition by County Agent cism. He Leonardy of Seminole The bill ence with Mayor Walter B. Fraser per on the stage of the high aci
1.2 teaspoon dry mustard; 1 tea explained all but a few
dash of be effected if Florida Is to U T Dyer. Vegetable yields have States use the uniform. makes provisions for protection of concerning a proposed local auditorium. This will be la..,
spoon sugar; cayenne or grey
paprika 1 whole and 1 continue to advance in agriculture been good and have been marketed creditors, paying the debts and seaplane base. Conferring with night for the various service c1
; egg yolk, at fair prices, Mr. Dyer says. CATS ARE USED preserving the assets of the town Mayor Fraser, City Manager Eugene in Lake and Sumter counties
1 1-2 cups oil; 2 tablespoons vine I
The graduates of the college area I by creating a special taxing district Masters and City Commissioner a special program hat been

gar.Mix of fine men- BEAN ACREAGE LESS AS "DOG FOOD" to be known as the "Tax Claude S. Smith, the visit ranged, with E r Hucy ell
group
young
: dry Ingredients, add eggs District of ing offiiclals told of plans to erect of
Longwood. man the
Palatka-Bean In the supper committee,
healthy, sincere, and equippedwith acreage AT RACE TRACK
and beat Add vinegar and beat.
Putnam County "mucklands" this two floats on the water front on program will be based on \tot
knowledge of agriculture and --- -
Then add 1.3 of the oil and beat
is about :50 of last Davis Shores, at a point across ver anniversary of the ,-ountyi
could not have obtained year percent
until It begins to thicken. Con people they Tallahassee, A catstealingring AGRICULTURE DEGREES
year's according to Coun from the Municipal Yacht Pier, cultural agent work In the Un
elsewhere than at acreage
college. They Gainesville, Forty-nine students
tinue
to add oil thirds until all
by
to provide animals for feeding and float at
one a pier, leadingto States. There will be
H. E. The comma
is used. have learned a great deal about ty Agent. Westbury. will be candidates for the
harvest is under to greyhounds In Florida's the seawall. Two ramps, and singing led by Charley Moot
crops, stock, farm economics, and now getting way. i bachelor of science degree from "
--.- lower East Coast racing sectionwas the "Boston dollies on which Sanford, one of Rotary's i
other things pertaining to farmIng the University of Florida Collegeof
WINTER LEGUMES .PLEASE having received this knowledge TOMATO CROP GOOD described this.week before a Agriculture at commencement planes can be wheeled onto the Interesting song leaders, and
Monticello state senate committee.A ; shore, will be placed at the Davis Billy Matthews of Gainer
Jefferson County from study and actual ex: Bradenton-Dry weather slightly exercises on Florida Field here at
farmers who planted Austrian perience and observation. Much curtailed Manatee County's tomato witness, H. W. Setley of Hollywood 8 o'clock Monday evening, May I Shores site. who is already well known

winter peas, hairy vetch, and other that they have learned is quite crop, but quality of the pro said "unscrupulous dog ,,29, Dean H. Harold Hume announced Leesburg. Music will\ be ruin

winter legumes are well pleased different from what they thought duct has been exceptionally good, owners and trainers" paid 25 to today. In addition to SCHOOL TERM CUT with the compliments of Bui

with the excellent growth they before they attended college and according to County, Agent Ed. L. 75 cents each for cats stolen by I those seeking the bachelor of Tampa, The Hlllsborough Schoef of Tampa, who is sen

obtained from these crops, accord their attitudes have undergone Ayers. negroes. science degree, six graduate students County School Board last week the famous Tamlami rrall t

ing to County Agent P. R Mc- considerable change.In The cats, he said, were fed to will be candidates for the ordered all "regular term" schools accordion band

Mullen. addition to the knowledgethey PROGRAM COMPLIANCE mediocre greyhounds to make master of science degree. closed Tuesday, lacking three .- -

have obtained the graduateshave CHECK-UP ON STAT1'SFAnlIS them bloodthirsty so they would weeks of a full nine-months term, CARD OF THINKS

BUS SCHEDULE received guidance and inspiration BEGINS JUNE 1 run faster than usual In the next WATERWORKS APPROVED because funds had run out. The I wish to thank my W

North Bound from their professors race behind the mechanical rab Mount Dora-P. W. A. engineerslast board acted after the county com- friends for their sympathy

Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:35p. : from men who have chosen agriculture Gainesville check-up of 42- bit. week approved Mount Dora's mission rejected two bids submit kindness during the recent ill

m., 1:50: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:13: because It Is the field in 000 Florida farms to determine Setley said the cat-stealing activities new waterworks system, which ted by bond dealers for the purchase and death of my mother

p. m., 10:15: p. m.South which they are most eager to extent of compliance with provisions had been very widespreadand was built by the town and PWA ata which of bonds held by the county :Mike Manici
had been redeemed In settlement
Bound serve and to help. of the 1939 agricultural con had become "common knowl cost of 22000. Col. CharlesV. of taxes TRAIN SCHEDULE:
delinquent under
With the knowledge and Inspiration servation program will get under edge" in Hollywood.He meson, of Orlando, resident schedule
Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20a. : the Futch law. A taxpayer's suit Following is the
m., 2:20: p. in., 8:20: p. m. they have received these way about June 1, R. S. Dennis, said cats had been found PWA engineer and inspector, andF. to prevent the county commission trains arriving her dally, '
young men will do much for Flor- state AAA performance super better for "greyhound baiting" A. Buck, of Atlanta, traveling notice
without
to
West Bound to Tallahassee from selling the bonds, also was Ject change
agriculture in the future. As visor, said today.Preparatory than other animals. Chickens and engineer-Inspector, said they were pending. The school board votedto Southbound Due St
Leave Starke: :5:50: p. m. arrive have graduates of past years, rabbits were discarded because pleased with the work, and said
10:33
to the beginning of end the term because of the No. 1 (local) ___ : p
Starke 12:35: p. m. these also will be recognized as the check-up, a series of meetingswas they didn't put up a fight and Mount Dora "should be congratulated "muddled condition" of school No. 107 (through I 9.211:

For free pick-up service (within vigorous and effective leaders as held recently in various section put the dog on his mettle. for Its interest in public improvement finances. Its order does not affect Northbound Due Stij
"
city limits) phone Lacy Conway time goes on. of the state to instruct The he 6.15:)
county most valuable cats described the Summer or "strawberry No. 2 (local) __ :
agent. __
PAYROLLS.4 CEASE supervisors on methods of as those that had had their I schools" whose terms are adjusted No. 108 (through) '\'18P

r- Apalachlcola,-The court house checking compliance with the pro claws pulled and their eye teeth MOTORCYCLE CONVENTION to he winter agricultural sea Starke and Wannee Brand)

DRINK was a scene of political unrest gram provisions. knocked out so they wouldn't be Melbourne,-Florida motorcycle son activities, so that vacation No. 101 leaves Starkt 7 a. a
MORE
this week when the school board Approximately 95 percent of dangerous to the greyhounds. riders will hold an annual conven- comes during the strawberry cultivating No. 102 arrives Starkt 1 50 Pj

MILK claimed half the $25,000 race track Florida's farm land is included in Committeemen promised action, tion in :Melbourne August 12th I and picking seasons. (Dally except Sundays) j

money previously handled only by the program this year, Mr. Dennis either through a strict racing com- and 13th and about 2,000 personsare I I

I county commissioners. The' circuit explained. mission rule or a new statute expected to spend those two II INSURE WITH
making cat-stealing larceny and days in this city. Definite decision I
court Injunction obtained by the Farms will be checked to determine -
school board which was servedon acreage In soil-depleting punishable by imprisonment. to hold the 1939 conventionin JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT

each county commissioner Individually crops, the acreage where soil- Numerous civil organizations Melbourne was reached at a
meeting Sunday In Ft. :Myers according }FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS
will restrain further building practices have been carried telegraphed the committee about

And Drink expenditure of all race track out, the kinds of soil-building the cat-stealing charges. to telegram received by Phone 13 STARKE FLORIDA
H, B. Chamber ,
money until the case is carried to practices and other details. Cooperating -. Fielding, of Com
The,Best Circuit Judge J B. Johnson in farmers are paid on the PINE LEVELMrs. merce secretary, from L. W. Pat
rick, of :Miami state
commissioner
FROM Tallahassee. County AttorneyJay basis of compliance. H. M. McRae, CorrespondentMrs.
A. Shuler said the case mightbe The major part of the check Association.of the American Mtorcycle THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS

PETERSON'SDAIRY prolonged for several monthsIf up will be concluded by early August L. A. Green, Mrs. P. L.
will come to home through
your day
either faction appealed a circuit but other work along this Paul, Mrs. O. J. Raulerson and .' every

'decision to the supreme court. line will be done in the Fall to Mrs. F. L. Conner and children, SAILS FOR ITALY THE. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

The injunction will affect all county determine extent of late soil-build all of Jacksonville, were recent Hamilton, Bermuda Guy C. An International Daily Newspaper

salaries, WPA programs paid ing practices, Mr. Dennis said. guests of their uncle and aunt, Avery, 35-year-old': former Tampa n raeord for you the world'clean.conjtruetlY doing Th Me". or
doe not exploit crime .. .. *
or n tlon neither doe It Ignore
;
by the county, the health unit, Mr. and :Mrs. H. M. McHae. laundry truck driver, set sail In an hot deal. eorreetlTely with them Peaturci for busy men und M

BUSINESS and about 30 paupers, county HOOTSEY'S BEACH : Mrs. R. L. Hall and little grand I 18-foot yawl last week for Genoa, .ftnyi/.-...,..including...-...-the-...Weekly......-Mug.ilne...--....Section...........-..--. _'
commissioners said after their Italy, 4600 miles
away. A former Th CbrUtlan
Miss Effie Crawford, Cot daughter of Jacksonville are Science Publlnhln Society
-- DIRECTORY meeting Tuesday. I upending a few days with Mr. and !II aviation machinist mate on the Pies One enter Norway my S...ubierlptlon.." Boston to Mneuehueett The, Chrmtl.n Sclenre M<"' or
Mrs Sallie Blackweltler spent I Mm. J. R. .}tall. I Ii aircraft carrier Lexington. Avery m period ort
the week-end In Worthington started his cruise from Tampa year air W> II months III.00 S month. 19 00 to.
i Mr. and Mrs. G. .W. BoRn and Wednesday la ue.Including Mnga/lna S.ctlonl t year$3.60, II
Springs visiting relatives. last May but had to put In at
of were visitingthe I
I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green and daughter bedside Sampson of Mrs. O. J. Jackson Bermuda In July because the Name ......_.. ._.... __. __..---- _

The drink RUBBER I iB family spent the week-end In Lake Sunday. I planking on his yawl was damaged Addreaa __.__ _.___..___._.____. ..-___--
City visiting relatives. by sea insects. Ills craft, named $_ /. Copy o" R--N----
} Mrs. V. A. Browning and child "Miss: Tampa has
no motor
that 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskin ren spent Sunday at Sampson and Avery carried neither a chronometer

and son of Jacksonville spent the City with Mr. and Mrs. Willard nor a sextant. -. .--- -- -
everybodyknows
-- -
", week-end here with his mother, Browning.

Mrs. Jean Gaskins. Mrs. Jessie Altmaii and child FOR FREE ROAD SERVICE PHONE -

yd Mrs. W. M. Reddish and daughter ren of Vanderbilt section spent BIG DAY AT MARKET: We Are Completely Equipped To Handle Th. Job'

: Pansy, were visitors to Jacksonville 'Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J E. Plant City-According to records On The Road or At Your Home
5ct last week. ; at the State Farmer's Market
\j a4 Starling.
Tuesday. 9 went D
May downat .
WASHING POLISHING ,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Johnson and WAXING
'Miss Odessa McRae was visiting
the
biggest single day the
family of Dover are visiting her Miss Lucile Crosby in St. Luke has recorded market BATTERY SERVICE OUR SPECIAl TY
COCA-COLA HOT. CO. yet on spring
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Hospital Sunday. vegetables, as a total of 21,764
WE ARE Mrs. A. John Mr. and Mrs. T. N Norman and packages went through the huge "The Home of Good Service"

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Lee Johns of Live. Oak was visit daughters, Helen and Dorthea sheds that day. Wednesday was CONWAY'S STATION
TIME SAVERS ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. were dinner guests of Mr. and another big day, with 17,772 packages SERVICE

MONEY SAVERSSveryTjuslnesTNeeds'Thfiin B. Johns, here last week. Mrs. II. M. McRae Monday. The market was opened unofficially "FOR

CARPENTER'SThe -. i : Houston Hodge of St. George, Remember the all-day service I early In January with a SUDDEN SERVICE"For

Rexall StorePLUMBING Ga., la visiting relatives here this at Pine Level church next Sunday. formal dedication and program on

BUY FRO"Bradford week. March 9. Prices this week remained

Mr. R. N. Crawford and W. H. TOBACCO GROWING WELL I fairly good some being Speed and Comfort Ride Florida Motor L ne 60f

County Greene were visitors to St. George, Jasper,.-With Ideal weather stronger. Vegetables continue to

Prompt Service at Ga., last Friday.C. prevailing, Hamilton County's bil[ pour In to the large market, and f BUS STATION CAFEFree
Reasonable Prices Telegraph E. Crawford was visiting his bright leaf tobacco crop Is In excellent I with fine rains Indications pointto

..Let Me Estimate Your Job STARKE, FLORIDA wife, Mrs. Crawford In Jacksonville : condition County Agent J a continuation of shipping for Pick-Up and Delivery Service
C. M. RITCH Sunday. J. Securest report I some time. .



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", 1'L\\ t9,1989 -.. __,_-- .----. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAJCAK.FlF. FT.ORnA '
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brand of cooking oil Walt Ull 11en PrpMrrve Our Knmle: I -" '- -

i I this grease bolls and we mean

:Jut'Ct) OTHER wait till It is boiling like a syrup A man's friends will ultimately BOY

) kettle Then drop your fish Into in in him but his enemies> will
this boiling In i SCOUT
grease just a little make him a man agalu. Don't .
PENS bit the fish will be cooked and !
ever kid yourself about enemies NEWS
I I rise to the top. Take them up,
drain them, and then you have I they're the best help you have.

I METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN I I TilE GOOD OLD DAYS something really good. Your friends will pat you on the I

1IU"l'IShtr Rev. Frank Roblneon RavaDr11Ricyand. Fr@dYerkesJr.RevW.T.McOulre'' The trouble with many peopleIn back and tell you what a swell I The regular meeting of the Ooy

f, s'paturenttaot! K.DerlntandentRer.Pastor Dr. Adam Sunday Rector Hohool SupL Sunday Pastor School: Supt I I Ladles wore bustles. frying fish Is that they don't guy you are In spite of what they Scouts of America Troop No 70,

Ta0mt3cAoo n o. B Organist Miss Ella J. Saw. loire Ira Wilson Monday was washday. usa enough grease, or don't haveIt secretly think the>y'll comfort I was held last Friday evening witha
Churoh Softool Mr, E. M. DavisChurch Organist
of Sunday School
B fB nGor ,School of I Church School School Bupt Mrs James Carlisle 11 o'clock Nobody swatted the fly. half hot enough when they you In your hour of sorrow and good attendance and much Interest -

,4& A VIce 10 A.Worship M.Morning Roy Mathew Services Worship Service Nobody had appendicitis. drop their fish Into It. They sing with, you In your hour of shown I In the Scout work.
1I0rnlnl st Church School Sunday School Every 2nd Sunday There was no traffic[ drop the fish into lukewarm merriment
or they'll
II' i Inlf Service! 11 A. M. 10 A. M. 11 o'clock a. m cop. pamper you After an assembly period In which
D, tilt 7/Cripi" M Evening Worehlp 10 A. M Sundays' 11 A. 8:00 o'clock p. m. Everybody played croquet half-hot grease and let it sob, and and humor you and strew your

;'"n1118, 8ervlce, Service Young 8:00 Peov: P.>l*'M.. Morning 11 A.Worship M. Fridays _-..-8.00 P. M. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Night There were no Bolsheviks. sob, and sob till !It is about as appetizing path with roses but your enemies. the entire group participated, the

fro p 1oeting el League Meetings Holy Days__ID A M! 8:00: o'clock Men sported wire whiskers. as a piece of blotting God bless 'em--they'll keep boys separated to their Patrol

purer! v pe' V Dl. Prayer 7:00 P.Meeting M. MIN. ALLIANCE Cream was five cents a pint. paper soaked In fish grease. you on your toes. They watch Rooms where for 45 minutes they
rdn'plpmee P.M. Nobody worked, but Any cook who and take studied and prepared themselvesmore
an\lva Wednesday 8:00: MISSION HALL President Father. willfully every step you --every word
rIo 1I0nDlrBclor Mr*. F. H. Long GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored The Rev. Frank Boys' shoes were copper toed. maliciously spoils a nice mean offish you utter and If you run the adequately In the matter of

CIIolrl{ powell Organist and Chulr Sponsor: by Robinson No one walt fined for speeding by Improper cooking la "fit gauntlet successfully, they respect Public Health, looking forward to
Chairman Director Mr. and Mrs.: Vice President
rd of Deaconll Mrs. E. K. Perryman, J Mr.. T.and Quigley Mr* J. T. Qulfley' The Rev. JLeulle. Nobody was ashamed to walk. for treason, stratagems and and admire you. the opportunity that has been extended

K'cijhirw' Assistant Organist Bible Study, each Evangelistic Service ShepherdSecretaryTronsure Saturday night was bath night. spoils." I know a fellow whom I dislike them by the City Council

; ,: e. I IT, T Cbolr Long Director, Assistant Tuesday evening 8:00: each day Friday evening and 8,00 Sun The Rev Fred Y"rke** I Vitamin gauges were unknown.Widow's -DeF unlak Springs Herald. very much. As a matter of fact. ,I tor helping put some of theso Public

to Pow. weeds weren't ciga --.---. he dislikes me very much In Health studies Into actual practice -

MOTHER'S DAYIS MISSION HALJ AND I reties (' \t'SFOF': PRKSENT:! 1>."- IIJ.S 1 other words, we don't like each The Scoutmaster announcedthe
TAI1KRNACLK Only small boys wore short other He Is the fly In my soup, nature of the next two meetings

JONES OBSERVEDBY pants. Too much oats and too much I'd n lot rather be out playing one today at 4 o'clock. The

SOB The service at the Mission Hall Nobody was told, "The line Is wheat, golf with my friends, but If I do, boys will assemble at the Methodist

On Here METHODISTAppropriate Tuesday night was very profitable busy!" Too much corn and too much he'd snag a couple of my pros- Parsonage and will then go to

ICommtnts/ to those who attended. An The livery stable was the social meat; peciti, HO I work a little harderto the newly selected site on which

And Hereafter Mother's Day Ser- ernest endeavor is always madeto center. Too much cotton and too much, oil, ace that he doesn't get 'em. they plan to build a Scout Meet-

vice was held In the First Methodist bring the Word of the Living Nobody cared for the price of Too mitny+ hours that we1 don't When he gets one of my risks, Ing Place In the near future Softball

Church and conducted by the God to those who come to worship gasoline. toll; which ho sometimes docs, it makes and other outdoor games will

\111'\ Is i being written In Abilene, pastor, the Rev. Frank Robinson, By encouraging the recitation of Farmers came to town for their Too many highways, too many my stomache turn over four times. be played during the afternoon, i

iw, a verv fine small city In on last Sunday morning. The memorized Scriptures many are mach can When I get one of his risks, I eat a weiner roast will be held at supper

ot the state. are Church was beautifully decorated given strength to meet the problems No one" had to look for a park- Too many people behind the hilts I lamb+ chops for lunch, which accounts time, and the regular! meetingof
e heart allelic cam ai with a magnificent contribution of life. Ing place. for the few lamb chops I the Troop will be held at the
Ie, !ln an evxng of flowers decking the altar and Chickens all went to roost at Too much poverty, too much eat. usual time, 7:45: o'clock All
most' promising The Many of the regular attendants sundown. wealth, Scouts are urged to meet promptlyat
k6loaks, chancel. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr.,
brought flowers to adorn the Hall.Artel' Too Anyhow, he keeps' me boxy. HO
many people In 111-health
thirty people Beer ; the time and place appointed.On .
about was Cc a
usual glass
In her Including
night sang eloquent style aMother's heaven
him the rut!
It the service they were sent Too many politics, too much booze, preserve
Invl- lunch. the next Friday the special
definite solo
forward on a Day accompanied at to the sick and others who would Too The Inslnerutor.
me The sheiks lived in Arabia many wearing highheeledshoes feature will be that of a drill :
Christ as their the organ by Mrs. F. II. Long. The | or .
Ition w accept enjoy them ; training period which will be conducted "r
Turkey.
l'IODal Savioi, Among the con- choir anthem sang as"Take a special It to the selectionthe Lord The subject of last Tuesday Shows In the Town Hall came Too many loafing, too many bets, I A FAULTY IIK: 'll'K by Corporal Calvin Johns N ,

rts were several I rather attrac.elooklnf night's Bible Study was, "The only so often Too many+ falling to pay their One of the "recipes" going the G. The program of Scouting Is I
I 11 lege students. In Prayer. During the early part debts rounds of the reads
(0 newspapers
.' Crucified Christ. The one great Paper and celluloid collars I not Interested In developing any i
church of the service MUs Kate Struth were like this
;ere are three very good outstanding event in all human popular. : military tactics among the boys
dominations presented Mrs. E. K. Perryman Too many spending their dough'on
three 1 natural born, fool
lieges,, representing history is the death of our Lord Food stuffs came In bulk but the drill period will be held In I
not
with matched set of vases filled
Wed a gas 2 3
here. or big drinks of bud
located + liquor
and Saviour Jesus Christ. It is in packages order to train the boys in marching
toe with gorgeous red roses. This Too many talking of Hitler's sane; 1
of speaking high-powered car
the pleasure supposed to be the central themeof Women no that they> will present a
wore ,
Ine gift was a presentation of theChlld"en's bathing dresses, Too many living beyond their Soak fool In
and atudent-bodf liquor place In motor
faculty all preaching and the supreme not undresses. better appearance In parades andother
Division of the Church means,
these institutions yester- of the cur and let go. After due of slmillar nature
of message Church. Unfor duties
Candies for the girl cost her fel-
shall address the School and was made to tenderIts Too many buying canned corn and time remove foul from, wreckage
y Toiliiy+ we Mrs. for tunately, much of the preaching low 15c: a bag, beans The Court of Review, held
thanks to Ferryman ; In black
of the place satin-lined
and faculty
udent body Ignores this topic and concerns Ladles used side saddles, not monthly, was conducted on Tuesday
The writer Is her long, faithful and efficient Too many sowing their crop of box and garnish with flowers
irgest\ college Itself with purely worldly affairs; the whole road.!' evening at the Church Schoolrooms
service this of the Church. wild oats, But ,
to part It In
at the heart- a faulty recipe at that.
impressed social service and vain
politics,
really School of the First Methodist
teachers
"licked"!
school and college The pastor received Mrs. Mary J. pupils Tno many candidates after votes. According to the head of one of
inger of high philosophy. All those who declarethe I good and plenty. Church This court consists of
Haynes into the church and announced the big Insurance
jdents throughout; America. The Word of God should avoid all"catchpenny" The boyish form was displayed Too many people who don't give companies just Dr. M. U. Herlong, Chairman
I
be
athestlc that others would re one drink of "good" liquor will
lodernlatic bchavlorlstlc themes and all sensational only by the boy.Everybody a damn Frank Robinson, Scoutmaster Joe
ceived at the evening service. The doublo the driver's
''Unionists( and educators have topics and go back to went to church, or Too many looking to Uncle Sum; average "reaetlon" Wilson, E. L. :Matthews, and L.
sermon subject for the morningwas time, and that small Interval
me their best to sell their soul- preaching "Jesus Christ and Him to sleep on Sunday Too many poets too much proHe. A Davis.
"Our Mothers. make the difference between
straying theories to the youth crucified" Girls set their caps.-not their Too many glils without underclothes may Much Interest la being shown In
'tile nation The young people The evening service ot worship I It Is only by this message that knee caps-for a man. ; an accident and safety all phases of the Scout work by

ve found that "modernism" Is was conducted by members of souls are saved. It is easy to Oyster suppers and church socials Too much reform, too much law "A car traveling at the very members of this Troop and ScoutIng -

tone Instead of bread for hun- the Intermediate Department and I persuade people to join an organ- were 25c: a throw. It's the darndest mess you ever ordinary speed of only 30 miles la proving an effective means

'1 hearts Young people know with the assistance of the Senior- ization If you make the standards Moving pictures happened onlyat saw. Valdosta, (ICs./ Times.CI'TTINO an hour Is moving forward at 44 of developing excellent leadership

.at man instead of being divine, Young People's Department. Leon easy enough; but to transform the I housecleaning time. ---f feet a second," says the official. among; the boys of our community

I Just naturally a sinner and that ard Smith, Jr., announced the service souls of men and to bring them In The hired girl drew $IM a COKNKKS 'With a drink doubling his reaction who will be our mont worthwhile

needs a Savior. The modern- and the following assisted; touch with the regenerating power week and did the washing. Operators of filling stations In time the driver, because of cltlzensi of the tomorrow. The

;tic: leaders have done their best the combined choir of the Intermediate of the Gospel, nothing will suffice They bolded your hair only after llradenton are complaining of a physical limitation Imposed upon wholehearted cooperation on the

"wall off the young people and Senior-Young Peo but the Blood of the Lamb of God they got you In jail. growing habit among a certain 'I him, will necessarily permit his part of the parents, citizens of the

}om the Gospel. The modernls- ple's Department; the Call to That the world should go on In The melodeon-not the radio class of mostly young car to travel 6(1( feet before the community generally, and friends I
been Worship, Marjorie Davis; Evening brakes are applied instead of the of Is that '
conspirator have aaying utter Indifference to the matchlesslove supplied the family music. personsof cutting corners and Scouting urged so wemight
JToung people do not want the Prayer, Joe Andrews; Offertory of God as revealed by the The family Bible and family driving through the ;"lanes" .al normal 33 feetthis may mean together BOOST SCOUTING

|ltlme religion They must have Prayer Buddy Davis; Scripture cross is amazing. They sing the album were popular Institution, the stations. life or death for him and the making It even more effective

clentific up-to-date religion. '[ Selections, Bobby Biggs; Solo, deeds of heroes who save lives and They didn't have to hire a big people he hits If he has an acc In the life of the youth of our
"
Not Is such In violation
liey ere no'' interested In creeds : "Faith of our Mothers" Garnita nations They honor men who husky man to teach the boys how only driving dent. community and the future welfareof
of the law, but It
jiddoganu They want an ethic- | Hutto; Mrs R. K. Perryman pre- have given of their genius to ameliorate to play actually Yet again and again we hear of our city.
I sided at and played not Is trespass on private propertyAnd men who have figured In motorcar
religion and a social gospel. ; tpe Organ the sufferings of mankindbut The hired man got a dollar n
eae men know better. What only tor singing but rendered twospecial ; they Ignore the Son of God day for 'steen hours-and earnedIt highly dangerous1 One of accidents Indignantly deny BEASLEY
these day a "cut corner" driver & GAY ,
they were to blame "Why I .
Mhouict av I m this: "We don'tantihe selections. During the who died that they might be BIIV- too only
will run down and maim or kill hail. a couple of drinks!" the fellow
young people to have the service the pastor received the fol ed from Hell and eternal night. Ladlt>s' clubs were the Ladies'Aid. ,

('Gospel i W. want to sell them | lowing into the membership of This Is Illogical and mSnlfests> Sewing Circle and the roll out some of person a station who happen into the to pump step will say.-Exchange.K. : Service Station

go&V'f ire afraid to match the church, Jacqueline Andrews,, the grossest Ingratitude. Then ing pin. ---
.
r gods igainsi. the old Gospel Joe Andrews, "Billy" Smith, Wll- : what+ can we nay of those who pro Milk WIIM delivered Into your lane. \\ THINK:1 !SO TOO Washing: > I'oli.shinff! I
fat hat he power to save men I liam Lee Almeron Lee and fees to be redeemed by the crows own pitcher from the dealer's tin Per hups the quickest way to puta Bless Governor Cone after all! .
J of stop to this bad practice wouldbe We disagree! strongly with a lot (:nn."IinA'-Htnndard ,
The
f"B drunkenness and all forms I I'"Buddy" Davis. parents who serve the devil. Who spendall measure.
for station to he does, but he really acted. ,
filling operators properly -
filn and dissipation, so we must tnese Young People stood with their money on worldly amuse- There were no crooners, except Oil Products(
I number of each Monday when he called
the license key
tap i the orthodox tnem at the altar which was lighted get tag
preachers and ments and then have nothing to Mother, when she rocked her rest-
violator and make report to the leaden of the legislature before
jibto teacher out of our colleges by the electric cross and made give to God. May the Spirit of UBS baby to step.Women's .
authorities. A tow heavy fines In him und asked where the Our irvuNinK Join done
universities and put our crowd ,,,. the setting for this momentous God fall In convicting power on skirts trailed as much money ( > are
It the orthodox crowd gets a'''occasion more beautiful and effective the wayward Christians and awaken material below their feet as they court would be a strong deterrent was) coming, from, for all the appropriations with the best: grease' money

ce at the students we can't t I I for not only those participating them to their sinful condition.TAIIEKNACLE don't now.People I to a vlcloun prnttJceBradenton the leglnluture \vnvoting. ran buy. I
Ocala Banner
fl them 'our goods, however at'he but for others of the congre : used to arise and retire Herald. ..

active goods may appear." gation. The services at the Tabernacle on the same day; now they retire

The modernistic conspirators Prayer Meeting will be conducted Friday and Sunday nights were and arise on the same day {:'

p right A garment may look on Wednesday evening at 8 o' well attended. Special music was Boys were boys, and girls were

'II. but sensible people want clock at which time the discussion provided at both services. girls, but nowadays mothers and I See how much you"'get this

''Hies' that will wear. The robe I will be centered around a phase In On Friday night, May 26, Mr. grandmothers are girls also. year

'salvation bought for men bI' [: the life of the apostle Paul. A Frank Eiferi, the Hymnologlst People took a tonic when they

blood nt' Jesus Christ on the 'cordial Invitation is extended for will be at the Tabernacle again were run down, now they usually

'roa wear well it will do for I all to come and worship with us Those. who heard him before will take an ambulance or the hearse .... j'

[Y knit ,m t weather. It will stand at this time. not miss this opportunity to hear Girls wore many worthy unmentionables BIGGEST HYDRAULIC BRAKES-

under, she strain of life's tempI I I On Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock him agate He has a very mellow I and now they wear 12" drums, 162 sq. inches of braking lurface;

Irons ana ""inflicts. "My mod- the members of the Board of baritone voice and slogs the hardly anything worth mentioning I biggest ever used on a low-priced car.

'U8t11 religion which Ilearned Stewards will assemble at the Par hymns, whose story he tells, with I There were no paid street cleaners 0 N lY
,tollegi l / seemed to be all right ,I sonage for a call meeting. ,V, p spiritual power ; women ppdesti'alns' trailing ,I MOST ADVANCED STYLING-Ford I N A' j

'ill I losi my wife Then I turn- Smith, Chairman of the Board, Dr. V C. Kelford of Waterloo,,, Kklrts did the job tree and plenty i V-8 and De Luxe Ford V-8 are recogni/ed itylo i

back< w the simple old-time re- urges that every member of the t'I Iowa will be with us the week of Father got most of his outdoor ), leaden of 1939 low-price field. .

'Ion mv mother for comfort board be present as matters con May 29. He wns here for two I exercise with the family! horse, ill i I

mj sorrow It worked. So I cerning not only this year's work: days previously, and was enjoyed the saw horse and shanks mare J ONLY V'8 ENGINESIn anylnw.pricearar' ,',:

raw rt', I Keep it permanently." but decisions concerning the work by all. Plan to attend every ll, / Ladies' stockings were on gen- .... Smoother, more responsive, more fun to drivel

.at 18 why, a minister of the of next year will be discussed. meeting. He is an outstanding seal! view only in the dry goals '

""W) saif! ''? the writer a few There being only about three Hibl teacher und Is well-known stores and on the family wash line. '! HIGH GAS MILEAGE-s h.p. Ford Vain ,

"",', 'f am glad that the weeks left in thia Conference year, throughout the country where the Warrlngton, Ont, Kcho.ON : this year's Gilmore-Yosemlte Economy Run fO R 0 V.8
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showed belt all leading
gasoline mileage
hu enh '" 'the colleges here are many matters of vital importance truth Is loved --. among -

,m6 me ,in opportunity to get must be settled.On -.-- -. COOKING FISH low-priced cars.STABILIZED .
o14
-um, .OSpel in an evangel next Sunday morning the ('CIIKI.STI/ CIlt'KC RIDE-Onlylow.pricedc.r I

IC form ""' 'lhe e students. We pastor will conduct the morning We had a wonderful meeting at Some people eat fish all their .
with tube drive
Torque- and radius rods front
'UPtctlng great reaultsI service which will be opened at the Christian Church Sunday I life, and yet never learn how to and rear '

.dlengr r" modernistic, ration- 10:45: by the playing of the Chimes morning Mother's Day. Four ad fry them. There is as much difference AMONG ALL LEADING 'i'

s Itloun
''ducatlona I leaders afaleo 11 o'clock with the prelude on ceived at that time one by state- ant' a fish fried wrong an there ; 123 inches between front and rear

'II u +.111,'?, went some *Institutions the small as of Choir the organ will by assist Mrs F.in H.the Long.service The ment largest and Sunday three School by Baptism attendanceIn The / U.between a quail and a sapsucker pringr.ar; L 0 VIP R iCE 0 CARS It!;


ally rD1I1g.0, \merlca, It you wish with special musical selections. several months was enjoyed. When we go fishing and have i EXTRA EQUIPMENT.noe.rco,>, /".. 0 1rlurlyd

''Pie 'f flnn nut what young The pastor urges that as there Rev. W. T. McOulre pastor. I fried fish for dinner on the river:' in all Ford V-8 delivered prices. EXCELS IN THM THINGS THAT COUNT J r.,

.vall+, the Way of religion will be only three more SundaysIn ---. bank, we either want to have a'' 7-

;J m ill ""
k. ', "v for two or three this Sunday, that as many as will The Piesbyterlan Sigma Chi I man cooking the dinners I on-tol rtarttr .. -- ;
'f, '", tlldent may re- come to the services of the Church. wishes to cordially Invite all I hi* job |I z. ';
'CttLlh f
'\0 '" the The evening service will be a people to the first meetingof .
, young -
t" simple evang- There is no pixrouiHl sccrei j / ,. \
tor" of all the to be held ,
tlber+ 'nd 'let us find OUt combined service this new organization :1 about: frying fish. Of course the ;,' r r.

..g1t!, the' want the "old time Churches of our community participating at the First Presbyterian Church|i first thing you have to do. Is get r1 I rm$ rv>* or All YiAR6,8p 3 3t \
service of welcome night from six 0'clock I
in a next Sunday
model'nlstlc and for the most deli- \
:"e' gOS- I your fish AHO DUIVI fOO V.I HfOtlr ,
i' oar 'peen for the newly appointed Presbyterian until seven. Tea and slng-t |)I I
I Tr receiving An clous meal cook him us noon after '
allle?' minister the Rev. Charles Ing will be enjoyed according to]I I I 7 <3'j cttnott rout MW Gal i
prophet i Cut his iI
e pro put up to catching as possible.
hel., Allen held In the First Presbyterian Rev Charles Allen pastor. i(
first
Itlllnbl, test and won. ,j! head off. A fish's head lit no grxxtto
", Church. The Rev. A. E. Light- ,
|I'
the 'angellstlc preacher Robinson will conduct the worshlp ;, eat and uses up jest that much I
C08Pe'' First Baptist i.,
ate who has Been the foot, pastor ot the service and Introduce !.fr. more of your grease In the cook- ,1
trtea under all clrcum'ict. Church will have the evening prayer will be the guest I Ing. Salt pepper and meal the I

iing::' and nu. never Been It fail and the President of the MinIsterial Allen, who for the evening. Com- I' Now you are ready to begin the ;
'r, I Rev. Frank preacher
*hlnlf *II T' uto the test by I Il I Alliance, the blned/ choirs of the Churches will scoundrel as you like him best. | J. W. Andrews Jr. t
.l business of frying flab. ,.
tee to find 'uDwhether or render epeclal music All members | real your 1 I
.tithe It sat- and want something that will set- '<:I friend and others who will Have your nklllet, pldr.," Dutch ,,
near satisfy -
o Dave of young People tie their stomachs and also are cordially Invited to attend I oven or whatever you are going tot, ,

' iat *ed to feed on the their spiritual hunger. How I this service of worship and well fry your fish In filled, (Cor nearly|

1'ton' ana OJI"IS' modernistic I about making! the test? What dOj I come Services begin at 8 filled with lard or come good > r,. STARKE, FLA. +II 6

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Bradford untyTelegrap11 CCC4H'CLUBS ----1 BEAUTY SHOP S. K. NEWSOM Inspection MondayMajor Years 19II'/ : I I 11'
amounting I
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I IN NEW LOCATION Fred A. Safay of Jacksonville ALoIO.! -I

ENJOY PICNIC DIES IN JAX. will\ make his annual pre sic'4 .8e, 1S'1" 'III,,I
Acres.The
Established 1877 Leila's Beauty Salon opened In encampment inspection", of the tax., '-,
.37 diedat ? I
hundred Nowsom. ,
Nearly two 4-H Club tSeeber King: ed I
by '
location 128 East Call 2nd Bat- certlt u'
Its "
I new at Headquarters Company pry,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class boys and girls and their families, '' Street between Sapp's Store and his residence in Jacksonville talion, here Monday May 22. of represent 1932 and, ,I', ""' rot'
and f i'lends from Bradford and Thursday May 11, following along "ny 1'01, ':: \1)), \
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida the Clar-Jean Shoppe Monday pre- Every year prior to the regular years 19n: t t.. 1, Inr
Union Counties enjoyed a delightful illness. Mr Newsom was a amounting II ,
lo $, "Data' ,
,..;;,. to its and friendsan of the Nat- I
senting patrons en-campment
:. :.: ._ -- summer W'..
-- -- - having '
-- ----- outing and picnic at Gold former resident of Starke rON1 .1
1.4! ,'I
ultra-modern beauty shop In ional Guards at Camp Foster the ',4 '\:\\ \F.\\
MEMBER Head Branch State Park Thurs- moved to Jacksonville from here of SE'4 of NW'' \
equipment, decorations and ser- officers make inspection Cor.'ot I; I \ "A.
commanding \V
'
day afternoon of last week. 16 19 AI I 'm
I
ID S ASSOQAAON vice. years ago.Funeral of their various com- Hec. 12 Tp. 6 S. f I.( -I I' f a'
This event was part of a National services were held Sat- The taxes I.. I... ;- A"
= and visitors at mands. Any one interested in the f'd by I u "
[ 4 Movement to commemorate the Greeting patrons Baptist ('erlltleal, '; 'ua t,
i and urday In the Trinity Guards Is invited to 302 of 19:14.: 030: ,
7totiata' 25th:: anniversary of Agricultural the door Monday Mrs. Mundy Church in Jacksonville at 3 0'- National 933 of 1933 and lor,"I!I'I' ,;,of t!'
her employes guided them on a come. represent r IIof,1
E. L. Matthews___________________*.____Editor and Owner Extension work established by the tour of Inspection through the clock with Rev. U A. Rawls pas --.-- years 1931 unpaid III I '!', '':rtv," tar ;
Smith-Lever Act passed by Con- tor. officiating. Interment was in ConventionPlans amounting to U... ',,,: ''1 I 'In",,,
_.. Inside Singing
shop. The reception room ALSO W
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Memorial I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Most of the enthusiastic group the entrance has walls finished in Riverside are completed for the an- e\ Sec. 12 TI' ," "r I: ::2 1t'Acs

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance arrived on time 2:30: o'clock p Ivory and white with blue design tery.He nual session of the GeorgiaFlorida The taxes to I., d ,. L,1
Is survived by his widow, convention which will ed by .. 'rla
Advertising Rates m., and spent nearly an hour in linoleum floor ,with a large singing and .eertifirln :. 'o '+.
on ApplicationTO represent f
two three sisters School Auditorium ""IJ" d I ...
the Ravine Garden. After sightseeing rounded, red gum wood finish, daughters be held In the High years 1933 10 I", '', 1\ r
I
the picnickers adjournedto modernistic desk In one comer and among them Mrs. Ruth Deden- In Valdosta. Georgia Sun- amounting to 'II! '''' "I n'' ,.ci" ,

HAVE A REAL FOURTH OF JULYIt the lake where a large number chrome and leather chairs and baugh of Hampton, and by four, day, May 21, according to J. W.Lanler Truhy ALSO:&lIt.ii( o'x..r >,,:!1', !I'" la"

was welcome news this week when the announcementcame went swimming. After enjoying tables tastefully placed in positions brothers Perry Newsom of Law- president of the conven- of The NF14j Sec 23 'r1.,", '' i. 'Jr.2
I I about the walls. tey. Ray Newsom of Starke and tion. All singers and lovers of el by taxes tn I" "'1'1 I'': e
water for time ,
sports some certlflt'III ,
supper '"
that business men of Starke would entertain for Brad- Clarence Newsom of of It7;
William and Invit- 1931 ant
and gospel singing are cordially and 196: '
was served to all present at After the reception room '.y'''' '''''1 IY

ford County farmers at a big celebration on the Fourth of the picnic shelter, where every extending nearly to the rear along St. Petersburg ed to attend. years r'pre".nt 1930 to IInllHld) 19t: :, /I.'\,.,",/, 10'

July. The event will to the left side Is corridor with the amounting to U7 7'". ,1Intl'1
serve a triple purpose. It will com- good thing eat Imaginable was a i'j'lOUR Again With Hoovers'Mrs. Said tax "llr.t ., ,,. ,
memorate the successful reopening of the Market it will on hand, including chicken, ham drying machines and manicure' POSTOFFICE with all .ub-, ''III', ,,,,' ''I 0aLevied
potato salad, roast pork, all kindsof tables spaced at Intervals all in Christine Johnson Is again highest taxes will' I U',,1 ,
demonstrate to the farmers that Starke merchants RANKS SEVENTHThe connected with Hoover Brothers' hidden a'' "II" I "I
appreciate cake, and ice tea, furnished by modernistic designs Occupyingthe :: door In Htal'k. ",", ,11 I,? 1

their patronage, and it will give everybody in this section -!I each family bringing a basket. right side of the building be. local postofflce ranked sev- Studio in the photo finishing de May. hf A. D. 1939:!! ", 1, 'IA 'I

somewhere to go on this most important of all National During the meal a short pro- hind the reception room are four enth among the fifty-two second partment. Mrs. Johnson prior to Bated this th I ,. ""I I

gram was enjoyed, consisting of booths, separated from one another class postofficea in the State of her marriage some time ago was 1939.(OFFICIAL ; I
SEAL
holidays. songs and a welcome address and by venltlan blinds. The walls Florida for per capita sales of Miss Christine Kahr and was for Clerk of Circuit ,) T''

During recent years, the Fourth in Starke has been cele- response by Ralph Nettles, Brad- of the booths are beautiful crea- United States savings bonds in several years employed by County. Flo"lda '' ''I rr'h I,,

brated only by "grand orchestral silence," and the town has ford County 4-H boy, and Rance tions In red gum wood by Eddie 1938, postmaster Fred P. Stump Hoovers'.

Andrews, a Union County 4-H Hartmann and are highly; polishedand ARE YOU RUN Z '
said
fifti
taken on the general of The Deserted yesterday. OTI'A nv '" %I.H OF T.tx
appearance Village.We
Club boy. A history of 4-H Club finished with fine strips of l''I'IFIC.'I'I'JOINoLke VT. ..' ,
feel that it is a step forward to get back to the old custom of work In Union County was given moulding In contrasting shades In the period beginning Jan la hereby given that O W. the ie1les*:i ti"u.j-3; ,, a Ulrt SKEoi.T ;,,:
filed with written I'
has r
uary 1. 1938, and ending Decem Harry me Ult, t
celebrating the Fourth locally so that our folks, seeking by Glenn Howard of that county and with glass-covered niches ber 31, 1938 the local postofflce request I that the tax certificates wilts \ -., i Intl' ;' hag do
and a history of 4-H Club workIn built in for cosmetic displays. The together with all HiibHequent omit peo..ln -.1": .\.hl'o: !
pleasure, will not have to travel miles from home and join in I i sold $14,606.25 worth of savings ted or levied tuxes held by the State aid 7Ia,'d'W'r tl1cic -Ileopir
Bradford entrances masked "no '
County was given by are by heavy be advertised and Hold to the high- goof
the merrymaking of some other town. This year we can Nelson Moore, an outstanding 4-H curtains of a harmonizing gray. bonds at the office and sold $1- eat I bidder for each as provided by iBtte'to11'Alana.:: ,. : For' over 70 yeal1.
500.00 worth. by mall orders. a Chapter 18296 of the 1937 arts of have come in by hUll
celebrate the Fourth right at home, and if you don't believeits Club boy from Bradford. Each The shop served Coca-Colas and total of $16,106 Clermont waS the Legislature upon the followingd..rlb..d ; All tj-.'ors people can't 1 be
boy was introduced, by their respective cheese crackers to all customers real estate In the County Why .Ion't YOU
get
going to be a grand party, just wait and see County Agent, L. T. Dyerof and visitors Monday. first in Florida among the second nt Bradford: Slate of Florida, town Winto mith's, and TRY a bott it!
class of flees with 2621250.
Imm JIL ri"Liu.iL_.Q Union and T. K. McClane of post NI.y4\ of NE'" Hue 13 Tp. 7 S. R.
Not only is one Impressed by
Miami led all postofflces in the 19 "1.. 40 Acres. WINTERS n fa
REORGANIZING FOR EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY this county. Short talks were the luxury and beauty of the shop state with the sale of $1,009,650.00of Tim.. taxed to be snld are evidenced -
made by R. W. Blacklock. StatBoys' e hy certificate Nos. 3 and 19 of
After quarreling for more than a year about whetherthe itself, but also by the imposing U. S. Savings bonds Chicago 1931 and 1934 respectively and represent TONIC
Club Agent, by W. T. Nettles array of new beAuty equipmentthat unpaid taxes for the years
was first In the nation with $33-
President or Congress should undertake the task of reorganizing District Agent of this dis has been Installed. In addition 1930 to 191SI! both Inclusive, amount-
813,90000 worth sold.
the Government, the responsibility was finallywon trict, and by Hamlin L. Brown, a new hot water system halbeen !'na ALSO to! :'7S KVV'4 09.' nf SW'4 Sec. 10 Tp.

State Extension Dairyman. L. L. into service Mrs. Since Savings Bonds were first 7 !S, It 20 12., 40 Acre ,
the President. put :
by he
made his
Recently first report on Conner Chairman of the Board of I placed on Sale March 1, 1935, the The taxes to be Mold are evidenced o
Mundy extends a cordial invite by certificate Noa. 83 and 60 of 0
the matter to Congress in which he proposed to merge I County Commissioners of Brad tion and welcome to everyone to total sold In aggregate maturity lino: and 1JTJ5: revpertlvely, and repreoent -

twenty agencies of the Government into three ford County eulogized in a brief I value amounts to $2,437,108,850."Pop" unpaid taxes for the years
consolidated stop by and inspect the new placeof 1929 to 1 bureaus. talk on the work being done by business and adds that pricesare to 1119.62.ALSO i
our capable county T. K. Thompson Dies : SW'',< of NK14 Ex. 1 Acre
agent.
.
The President the lower than ever on. many ser for f'hurrh S.M 25 Tp. 5 B. n. 21
bell
rang by pointing out certain im- McClane, and praised L. T. Dyer,, vices. Frank II. Thompson, 63 o"Thompson's !E., US Acred.
provements in administrative the Union for the The taxes to ,be Hold are evidenced I -
management of the Govern- I County Agent, ._ landing" at Earlton l.y certificate No. 69 of 1924 and

ment that will provide savings of from fifteen to twenty many things he has done to serve BASS SEASON Beach died at 8 o'clock May 6 represent unpaid taxes for theyeurH
1923 to mi! both Inclu..lve.am"unllnlil' ,
tho farmers and others of his after a n illness o f several
million dollars a without I to "09.62. .
year handicapping efficiency. Thatis county.Mr. OPENS SUNDAYThe months. He had lived at Earltonfor ALSO: BE4 of NW14 & NEH of

what the taxpayers want more of. If the President's plan i Nettles in his talk discussed the past 32 years and was Acres.HWVi Sec.I Tp. 7 :S. U. 21 E? 80 ,

meets the approval of Congress, the good example should be I the history of extension work, two month closed season on well-known to many Starke people The:' taxes to be Hold are evfdene-
paying tribute to Dr. Seman A. black bass ends tomorrow, May who patronized his boat rentIng ed by certificate Nos. 214 and 171
followed by our forty-eight state I. of 1930 and 1934 respectively, and
governments. Knapp, and Mr. Brown In his dis 20, and many sportsmen may business. He was known to represent unpaid taxes for theyeum

0 cussion elaborated on the Exten again take up the rod and do some his friends as "Pop." Funeral 1 1829 to 1939 both inclusive,

A MASTERPIECE OF STRATEGY sion activities at the present time. practice casting.The I services were held Monday mornIng amounting ALSO: Sty to nt$298 SVVH.37. of NWW Sea I i I M

Mr. Blacklock discussed the his- Florida cloned season, extending at 11 o'clock from the DeVVilt 12 Tp. 5 S. It 22 E., 20 Acres
Though we've never been too much in sympathy with The taxes to be Hold are evidenced -I
tory of 4-H Club work. from March 15 "And end- I' C. Jones chapel in Gainesville. by certificate No. 200 of 1929.

the new idea of psychology in dealing with children per- The program and outing were f lag May 20" protects the black and represents unpaid taxes for the !
years 1928 to lil'l!., both Inclusive,! lIFEGUARA.
haps there is something to the idea after all. At least it In charge of the two county bass during spawning season. Last Wins Prize amounting to 12585.

agents, and, because of the enthu- year some confusion resulted from ALSOLots: 1. 2. 3, 4, 13, 14,
would seem so after reading in an exchange of the clever Miss Dorothy Mills of Green 16, 17, 18, 21! SO, 31. 32, 33, 34, 15'1
siasm and evident enjoyment the wording of the law, many Cove Springs, aged 12, and the) in: 45. 4ft" 47, 48, 50,6:1.: 64 In \ LUaCNO SWLav>
manner in which one mother solved a very annoying problem.She shown, another picnic Is planned wondering whether,;, or not it was granddaughter of .Mrs. E. M. Acres lawn ,Hec more 13 01 Tp less. 5 8. II. 22 E., 250 aNo i

was almost driven to distraction by her young son for next year.Revival. safe to fish for bq.33! on May 20, Thomas of Starke won second The taxes. to be Hold are evidenced -

who insisted on running around town without paying or whether they.oiust wait until prize of $10 in a state-wide essay and by represent certificate unpaid No. taxes 178 of for 1932 A ear.....cut..trl"91 of l.oMrolli Don't <
any Corinth the 21. The Crime and FreshWater the I.' I* happ.K to .
At you.Llfe&wrdi
contest on infantile yearn 1931 to 19\: !!. both Inclusive
paralysis recently ,
attention to the fact that a great part of the time his "shirt I Itail" A week of revival services will Finn Comiqission In Talla amounting to U45.44. tins or.worth In many your
ALSO;: Lots 39,... 42 -In Woodlawn, ....... th.lr cost Infh
was hanging out and flying in the breeze. I! open at the Corinth Baptist hassee stated that "Our Interpre Sec; 13: Tp. 5 S. n. 22 13., 20 Acre. f..lln9 of ...

So what did this ingenious mother do to solve her prob- I Church Mopday May 22, and con- tation of the law la that the sea Repairs Made The by taxes certificate to be No sold. are 209 evidenced and 593- .vrlty. they afford. ,

lem ? She !j tinue through Sunday, May 28,, son for taking black bass will j I The Starlee Beauty Shop last "f 'I'I.I! : and 1933 respectively. and
merely sewed a fancy bit of lace on the bottom of the 21st of '' represent for
Rev. H. M. Tillman, pastor, an open on day May. I week Installed screen doors and unpaid taxes LIFEGUARD CASINGflpr.wnt.
years !I'MO! InclUalvea
the young man's shirt and now he is always very careful to I nounced this week. Monday and screened the windows. Other im amounting to to $44 1919:.5A. both sofa_. C..dd...,lna"and d. <

see that it remains neatly tucked under his belt. Tuesday the speaker will be Rev. New House Built provements have been made also Sec ALSO: 14! 1'1'Lots R S 43 It 44 22 In K.Wnodlawn 29 Acres. tub. may fall" but

Surely the spirit of Solomon lives again in this wise Evans, Wednesday and Thursday Work will be completed Mon- for the greater convenience of I The (a x.... to be Mold ate evidenced "tho.afety Llf.auord.'ia-witS.in.uppor.c.r a-
It. will be Rev Harris, while Fri day on a new two room house aHaile'e t clients bv ceitlfliate No. 213 of 19J1. a tiro.1: .

mother who made the important discovery that there was a day and Saturday Rev. Sikea will i Tourist Camp. The new and represent unpaid taxes for the brought sasH It to.con rational... ,,

great deal more power in a bit of lace than in a razor strop. I preach.. On the closing Sundayat I I house in larger than the cabins, :\0'1'11'1.loll or nI1Un"r"l'I I. tll.lll: .4.M-

11 o'clock "Little Mike" 7-1 has steel roof; .t\L\ akp, exterior and TO' 11111 HOIIUl: 01. IC eF1n1: \O IIOUI IMIMIH OK IIIIMM-OIIU I TUBE BID
--- of Mr. flricl ( )l\ri. rioiui \. 11.\:11.1': Mn\ 1, inu.: LIFEGUARDS
year-old son and Mrs. C. plastered Interior, has a large
GETTING USED TO ELECTRICITY M. Mlckler of Jacksonville will porch and bathroom. When com I Pursuant of to I'adtord a Resolution' County\ duly 1'lotld.t adopted, antiis bv the hereby lloaicl: of County fommisxIonerH ...,.... ..,. fir. <
00000. given that J7S1.- ..."..,. .by ot loaitMV
Along a great loop through Bradford County, from. lecture on the Bible. Dinner will pleted it will be occupied as the 1 I 1. Refunding Iload Ilon ary 1934. hearing Interest at the rate of six
.
...
percent ((8 of
v c.) per annum, Han tot
be served on the grounds at noon home of Mr. and Mrs. numbered and
Brooker to New River to Heilbronn Springs, many farm I permanent maturing an Pillows: tlrx-lovliia 1 III now* Iiaa
and in the afternoon ten deacons 'W. Q. Haile who manage the .umbers ,, tvbo -.Ns. flit
families eagerly await the great change that will come into : will be ordained. T. N. Norman camp for Arthur Hall, owner of 9 BS-79. 21', 33. 49 > 4 noun,mid t Jl\n.Ilaiurlties I, 1f'44'

their daily lives with the advent of a new servant, electricity, I will have charge of the music. the enterprise 80-99. 105-111 25,000 27.000 Jan Jan I t., 1945 1946 LIFEGUARDS Sane

made possible through the Rural 112-144 31.000 Jan,, I., 11147 or* wry to lasfailLFIGUAI!
Electrification
Administration. 141-177: .
31,000: DrI..!.and. ... how
Jan. NoI
New Lawtey GroceryF. First Skeet Shoot 78-211: I, 1949 .
.. 3H.OOO Jan. I. 1949 qnUMy you con have a 9rr.
I R. Carradlne and Joe Peele The Starke Gun Club officially 250-264 214-24-1', 270-287 :38,000 Jan 1, 1950 LIt-Chard.I. ...... available pat I.., bal.'
!t:I,ooo( ar. wiIM
All over the country amusing incidents are cropping up have purchased the grocery store opened the skeet shooting season 21322H7: !!; 219-323 HI.OOO Jail..Ian, I.1 195t May ... .bo ...d Inay Sri."
320-311: :50-3A3 I. 1'153 ...... of fin,
as farm families begin to adjust themselves to this great I!I I at Lawtey formerly operated by Thursday last week on the site :II\\ -371\\, 312-385, 387-389 39t, 393-404!! no.o,1):31.000 JAn, I, 1953 ... ... In ..n.....
Joe Shuford and have remodelledIt of the old airport about a mile 407-451 45,000. Jan 1. 19"4
new convenience. Near Macon, Tenn., a man wrote to the 452-416! Jiln. I. 1955
Into a store of the "self-ser south of Starke between hardroad >7-542 4-.IMIO; .'an. I, 1f15" LIT US SHOW TC

REA complaining that his refrigerator ran only half the vice" type which is modern t in 13 and the railroad. The club I f 84.1-689 40,000 47.009 Jun.. I I. 11157 all yea fain, with lira ro'teltoV
''an.
I, 115M!)
time. A repair man found the machine in perfect order but every respect. The new owners sent out invitations to a number of 3H-8H7 610-B01! 618-637 42000 Jan. 1. t959 valaabU. .. 4-wkaal !o,...... *"

reported that the inexperienced owner had mistake the auto I announce that they will carry a out of town enthusiasts and about I *739-774 18-71* 777-793 51 50.000.ooo Jan.Jan. I I.t. !1961 1960\ body, ....., .la...
line of meats 50 shooters 1 61.000
complete groceries were present. Shell 794-801: 812-818 Jan. 1,1962 t
matic shut.off for a breakdown. feed, fertilizer crate material, were free and 1,625 rounds werefired 819-841: 25000 17000 Jail 1. 11163

From Indiana a letter was received asking advice on the and hampers. The store has been costing the club $32.50. 845-847 871-8S1. 1951 881-887.I -S63. 8 890-815.!9-8iO! 897 21.000 18000 Jan Jan 1.I. 1964 165!'

best way to dispose of extra ice cubes. "My: refrigerator is ; redecorated and is making a very Shoots will be held each Thursday Issued pursuant to the "n.tllu\on\ and '.ewe rot the State Jan of I. 11I66
attractive addition to Lawtey. afternoon for the rest of the are now called for redemption. and will I.e redeemed Fiurlda. ,
by
satisfactory this wrote "but I don't know l'ounly 'oHlul"Mlon..rM of Bradford the Board rot
'
very owner I II .--- summer. "AI'' value thereof" plus accrued interest COlillty thereon} al the price rof the' "

what to do with all the extra ice cubes it is turning out. We Tennis Popular Jllly, 1939. Said' bonds may b. presented for redemption. on the\ at First Day ot :
the
'enlral ,
Hanover' Bank and Trust .
Company
remove each batch as soon as they are done, but we haven't 'Tbe city owned and maintained Gasoline Consumption Holol..rl( of said bonds a,'" further. notified New York that New said York.bonds If not LOW COST_.?
tennis courts at the comer of Gasoline in Brad- for redemption on or before said late of presented :
"
consumption I, redemption to wit : July'
any more room to keep them. 193\1.\ Ue honda .halt rea.e to bear interest' I SIGN
Washington and Temple Avenuesare ford County showed an Increaseof ot ,rrdemptinn. from anti after said date I SAVE AT THE
The climax, however, was reached when an irate West Thl.. nollre I I.. .. In I DMRdI
suffering a players' boom It almost 10.000 gallons in February dilly adopt"d by the nnn",1 of 4'ounty" with '.. luof Rradfnr :. THC GOODYEAR

Virginian called at the local REA office, asked for the manager is hard for late-comers to get a as compared with the pre- Florida nl it.. meeting held on the 9th 1'0mrnh.loner.lay ot licounty.
May,
;t'. and handed him a doctor's bill. "I think you ought to chance to play if they do not arrive vious month. Figures show that tinted M..y 9, 1939! L. L. ( A. D. 1939 I Register Motor <

by 3 o'clock in the afternoon 115,046 gallons were used in February 'ONNf 71t.
that he said. (halrman. Hoard of (Counlv ROAD SER'ICETelephone
pay Local stores report the sales of I while only 106.588 gallons ? of Bradford County.Comrr""r" I

: When asked to give his reasons he stated : "I've always bulls and rackets as the bent they were consumed In January. The ATTEST: lO.'J:

can remember, and all of the of kerosene also A. J. THOMASSK"I
use showed
a
eaten wife's without extra salt and '
my soup putting any l'ar younger set are learning the game: sharp Increase of from 14,883 gal ( .) of Bradford' County. Florid It STARKE FLOi
in it. The first night we had electric lights I found ,
pepper lons to in .
22,547 the same periodof ...-.. --- .
; that the little black spots I thought were pepper really were Collecting Funds time. --- -vrv-- vt. .o o. .OclOL: :

; black ants. Now I didn't mind those ants when I didn't A committee of ladies of the .

i know anything about them, but after I saw 'em I couldn't Methodist Church headed by Miss Mrs Keen Dies V GOING
I Kate Struth. chairman have been !i! Friends of N. J. Keen of Starke TO THE WORLD'S FAIR?
i rest until I had gone to the doctor to see if I was all right. conducting a campaign for the I; will regret to learn of the death

r This is the bill for that visit and I think you ought to pay past three weeks to raise funds to recently of his mother, :Mrs. O

it." paint the Methodist Church School I Mary Keen after an illness of D Call for
Building. So far $50 have been two years. She was 83 years old o one of our maps of New York City and FairGrounds
We do not anticipate events amusing as these
as
(, any collected. The goal, $100 Is expected 'and died at her home In Keens, learn how
when electricity is turned on over the REA extension linesin to be reached within the ''In Nassau County, where she had to get around before you get there.

r this county, but doubtless it will be some time before next two weeks so that actual 1 been lifetime\ resident. Also let's check up on your accident insurance, automobile
work
residents along the way become completely adjusted to the can begin.. New Correspondent o liability, and baggage insurance. This is most important

new comfort and pleasure that has come into their midst. Births Bill Plummer popular young a
on a trip of this kind.
Another obstacle will have been overcome in the program to Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Griffis, man of Lawtey, has agreed to send o ,

make life on the farm attractive and liveable! not only for Lake Butler, girl May 7. news of that community to the
Mr. and Mm. John D. Odom Telegraph each week. We are 11

the older residents, but especially for members of the rising Sampson, boy. May 12. pleased to make this announce- HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

generation who are growing up to demand more in the way Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey R. Moore ment and hope the people of Law- U Please Phone
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of conveniences and luxuries than did their' fathers and Starke. boy May 13. ley will cooperate with the new
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Star correspondent by riving him news o

mothers. Ung Starke. girl May 11. Items each week. n .
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